Created in collaboration with filmmaker, Whitney Dow, this second installment of the Whiteness Project took form as a week-long interactive installation at the Tribeca Film Festival, New York. Space designed by LOT-EK, A/V by Arup.
Audience members were photographed as they enter the space. Within seconds their skin patches got added to a color wheel, arranged from dark to light, questioning the perceived color of their skin and the public perception of racial identity.
The audience can use the provided mic to activate interviews by calling out the name of a person displayed on the grid. Read full article on GDUSA.
Awarded GDUSA 2017 American Graphic Design Awards and HOW 2017 International Design Awards