Tag Archives: Will Pappenheimer

Bushwick Augmented Reality Intervention 2010

Here is some documentation of the Bushwick Augmented Reality Intervention 2010, which was part of the 2010 Beta Spaces Exhibition. Will and Mark worked tirelessly on this project, and as I understand it, the work will remain up indefinitely.

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Bushwick Augmented Reality Intervention

Curated by Mark Skwarek, this project will overlay the Bushwick area with a site specific augmented reality that is viewed on mobile devices like iPhones and Androids. Viewers may walk around the Bushwick area and see 3d virtual objects as art, … Continue reading

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Tunneling

Recently we compiled some our our visual Virta-Flaneurazine records of patients and Doctors* experiences into a 12 minute video. The focus is on the experience of “tunneling” and Dr* WD Pappenheimer used this concept to curate an art exhibit at Famous Accountants … Continue reading

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Virtual Art

Lily & Honglei, John Craig Freeman and Will Pappenheimer Teleport to Imaging Wall Street Now It will premier at NY Arts’ Broadway Gallery in Soho in February. NY Arts Broadway Gallery 473 Broadway, 7th Floor New York, NY 10013 (212) … Continue reading

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Imaging Wall Street Largely Complete

Will Pappenheimer and I have largely completed Imaging Wall Street. Here are some stills:

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Imaging Wall Street

In Imaging Wall Street, John Craig Freeman and Will Pappenheimer make their way across Lower Manhattan from the Stock Exchange to the various investment banks and financial service companies which were recently bailed out by the U.S. government collecting peoples … Continue reading

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