make and do things in New York and on the InternetIn the past I've made things with my friends,1,4 Other Means,2,5 OKFocus,PentagramPurchase College,14 and by myself6In the future I'll make and do more thingsIf you want to know more about these things or you want to make thing with mescroll down or  email me.

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I'm currently working on projects with the Yale School of Architecture, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, Nontsikelelo Mutiti & Tinashe Mushakavanhu that will be announced soon.

In addition, I'm seeking to collaborate on new not-for-profit projects with people and organizations within within the fields of digital humanities, community organizing, social justice, environmental sciences, and various forms of pedagogy. Does that sound like you? Let's talk.

1 — Compost Pile

w/ Danny Fabricant & Brooke Singer

A live visualization of the food scraps collection and compost production at my alma mater, SUNY Purchase. Data is submitted whenever scraps are diverted from landfills and added to the on-campus composting machine, as well as when usable compost is harvested. These data points get illustrated in the compost pile-like graph, showing the process over time.

compost-pile.org

2 — International Studio & Curatorial Program

w/ Other Means

The program hosts and supports artists and curators from around the world in their 35 studio building in Brooklyn. The website holds current and archival content on every resident, event and exhibition hosted by ISCP since 1994 and acts as a portal for prospective residents to apply.

iscp-nyc.org

3 — Af·fixing Ceremony: Four Movements for Essex

w/ Tiona McLodden

This piece by artist Tiona McLodden reanimates the presence and art of Essex Hemphill in cyberspaceby featuring a collection of his written and performed works, along with stories and praises from his contemporaries. Essex was a prolific poet and activist, and was one of the many gay black men who were disproportionally affected by AIDS during the 1980s epidemic in America. He passed away due to complications relating to the virus 20 years prior to the creation of this piece.

The work was created for the The Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia which, in observance of World AIDS Day and Visual AIDS' Day Without Art, made visitors of their website experience the web-based art piece before continuing to the museum's homepage.

Read Tiona's thoughts on the project.

icaphila.org/day-without-art-2015

4 —
urchase College Graphic Design Dept.

w/ Alex Apostolides, Brandon Shefton, Dani Leggard, Krystalina Tom, Nicholas DiChiara, Shannen Craft, Danny Fabricant & Emily Green

While attending Purchase College, I collaborated with my friends in the Graphic Design, New Media & Arts Management departments to build a website for the school's Graphic Design BFA Program. I developed the website on a custom built content management system that is (partially) open to the public as an alternative view of the site and its content.

purchase.design

5 — Red Bull Music Academy

w/ Other Means

Website announcing and introducing the iteration of the in Tokyo, and the 60 artists selected to attend. Click around.

rbma2014participants.com

6 — Are You Quicker Than A Quick Response?

Browser-based game using a QR reading smartphone as a controller. Modeled on first-person shooting video games, the player must only aim the QR reader at the multicolored QRs to advance to the next level, while avoiding the advertisement codes in black that swarm the browser window. Good luck.

Be sure take your new skills out into the world and avoid advertisements at all cost!

coreytegeler.com/quick-response