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Art can help you to navigate a particular problem, reflect, analyze and find inspiration. This category presents some artistic examples, exhibits and creative works that show how technology could be used to promote change.

The Glass Room

a three week pop up program inducing over 30 commissioned artworks, and a jam packed program of guest speakers.

Using synthetic media to make satirical videos spreading awareness about climate change

A Field Guide to the Dark Ecologies of Newtown Creek

A Field Guide to the Dark Ecologies of Newtown Creek is designed in phases that we are developing over time. Each contains a self-guided pamphlet in conversation with a site-specific engagement, generated through community partnerships. You will find all the sections on this website, along with resources to help you engage through further ways of knowing.

The United Shapes of America: United States Congressional District Coloring Book

This new coloring book is the perfect tool for kids and adults to learn about the political landscape of the United States in a fun and interactive way. Each page depicts a different state and you can color in the congressional districts. State capitals and major cities are included, as well as an extra mini map showing where each state is located. Clear descriptions of the Constitution, Senate, House of Representatives, Electoral College, census, and gerrymandering help the young (and the no-longer young) sort out how things work in the United States

Data Zetu Intiaitive

Data Zetu (“Our Data” in Swahili) aims to empower communities to make better, more evidence-based decisions to improve their lives.

A Legislative Theater for 25 Years of Cross-Sector Cooperation

A booklet documenting the use of legislative theater by Smes, a Belgian civil society organization focused on mental health and social inclusion.

AI and the Cognitive Trap

AI in the Trap, a collaborative art project that explores the future of artificial intelligence and predictive policing through a hip-hop lens.

Fair Maps beer

The front of each can of Fair Maps IPA shows Wisconsin's state legislative and congressional districts prior to 2011, then the back reveals the drastic change in election maps after the last round of redistricting. The can also includes a brief message about reform efforts in the state, encouraging consumers to call their state legislator to demand fair maps.

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