Informed Consent is a projection mapping installation that places the viewer into the uncomfortable position of signing a consent form for a clinical trial.
“Black Health: A Collection of References to Black People on WebMD” is a book composed of over a thousand sentences containing the keywords “black” or “African” that were scraped from WebMD, one of the most popular online destinations for medical information.
Out of the Black Box (OBB) is a workshop series taught at Pioneer Works to help children in grades 2-5 to uncover the magical logic of electronic circuitry through arts and crafts.
ml5.js is a beginner-friendly open-source machine learning library focused on making creative ML techniques approachable for a broad audience of artists, educators, creative coders, and others.
Foldhaus Collective's interactive art installation made up of five glowing mushrooms that react to the presence of people. Displayed at the Smithsonian Renwick Gallery, Oakland Museum, Burning Man '16, and other locations.
Re-representing code in order to explore its potential as a standalone medium. The unique structure of the code is used to produce dynamic visualizations.
1956/2054 is a mobile application that complements American Artist's exhibition called "My Blue Window" at Queens Museum focused on predictive policing.
Baby Faith is an online conversational chatbot created as the latest iteration of artist Ryan Kuo’s series on AI conversational agents that embody “the blind 'faith' that underpins both white supremacy and miserable white liberalism”. Commissioned by Rhizome and Jigsaw.
A live-mixed VJ (video jockey) set for Jasper Lotti's 'Versions' project. These visuals were a backdrop for Jasper Lotti's live performances at Elsewhere, H0L0, and Playground Coffee.
A prototype for an on-site augmented reality pop-up that invites residents to community redesign a public space. Designed and developed for IDEO CoLab.
A topographic lamp based on an imaginary mountain. Made with stacked laser cut pieces of wood and acrylic, and 24 NeoPixel LEDs.
A prototype interactive web app that allows students to practice drawing graphical relationships based on real-world prompts. Created at the Hack To The Future '16 ed-tech hackathon, where it won "Most Likely To Be Used In A Classroom".
A few pithy reflections from a summer working as a Software Design intern at IDEO Palo Alto. Documented and designed for sharing.