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Resistance Time Portal

Resistance Time Portal, 2017 (20 x 14 x 16 inches)

A mixed-media, augmented-reality installation project where viewers engage with a futuristic video communications booth in person and/or via a smartphone by scanning an augmented reality interface, to gain access to “hidden” revolutionary messages transmitted by members of a collective of underground resistance workers from a near-future, dystopian West Philadelphia.

This work made its debut as part of the Time Camp 001 program and interactive installation by Black Quantum Futurism, in collaboration with Icebox Project Space’s Distance≠Time exhibition and performance in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 2017. 
A young person engages with the Resistance Time Portal.