Oyster City AR App

Meredith Drum (Producer)

Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

Abstract

The Oyster City Project is a constellation of projects and events that draw attention to the relationship between urban life and marine ecology. It is a collaboration between Meredith Drum and Rachel Stevens. Ongoing and past projects include the following. Oyster City (2011-ongoing) is a mobile app as AR walking tour and game featuring 3D objects and text in real space visible with an iOS device; the app highlights the history and future of oysters in NYC and is created with Palimpsest, an AR software developed by Phoenix Toews. Fish Stories Community Cookbook, a project funded and supported by Paths to Pier 42, is a collection of stories, recipes, drawings and ecological information contributed by residents of the Lower East Side. Embodied Mapping and Urban Backstage (2015) are movement-based explorations of east river park commissioned and supported by iLand (Interdisciplinary Laboratory for Art, Nature and Dance) and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. As Oyster City we have presented at Visible Evidence Toronto, 2015; ISEA, 2014 and 2012; i-Docs at the Watershed Media Centre in Bristol (UK), 2011; Mobility Shifts: The International Future of Learning Summit at the New School, NYC, 2011. Oyster City was in residence in 2013 with LMCC in the Building 110 studio program on Governor’s Island.

Through the Oyster City Project we hope to trace vectors between social, economic and ecological systems and to engage people, playfully, with the ever evolving NY Harbor and surrounding estuaries. For more information, please visit oystercity.org
Original languageEnglish (US)
Place of PublicationNew York City
StatePublished - Dec 1 2016

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Drum, M. (Producer). (2016). Oyster City AR App. Digital or Visual Products, New York City: . Retrieved from http://meredithdrum.com/work/oyster-city
Oyster City AR App. Drum, Meredith (Producer). 2016. New York City.

Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

Drum, M, Oyster City AR App, 2016, Digital or Visual Products, New York City.
Drum M (Producer). Oyster City AR App New York City: . 2016.
Drum, Meredith (Producer). / Oyster City AR App. [Digital or Visual Products].
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