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(2018 - ongoing)
Coded Glass explores the urgency of the #MeToo movement, and the role of social technology, through immersive forms of digital stained glass.
Using collected data and analysis of 2,629,581 #metoo tweets from October 1, 2017 to August 15, 2018 as source material, this project showcases virtual stained glass windows of protest signs, emojis, and hashtags from the #metoo movement as a form of visualization and a metaphor for creating communal sacred spaces. This project is funded in part by a 2018 Immersive Scholar Grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
“Me Too is a movement to, among other things, radicalize the notion of mass healing. As a community we create a lot of space for fighting and pushing back but not enough for connecting and healing.”- Tarana Burke, founder of #metoo
Read more about this work at www.CodedGlass.com
Coded Glass, Immersive Scholar - Project Documentation PDF
#MeToo Digital Media Collection, Harvard University: https://www.schlesinger-metooproject-radcliffe.org/
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