WHAT’S NEXT FOR WTS
This Spring we’ll be staging Where There’s Smoke workshops at Columbia University’s IPE day in collaboration with the Narrative Medicine Program and the School of the Arts. The workshops are part of a design and ideation process to explore how projects like Where There’s Smoke can become prototypes for empathy healing spaces that harness story, design, play and emergent technology.
 
We’re fielding offers to mount the full installation in Los Angles, London and Amsterdam. If you’re interested in hosting the installation please let us know. hello@smokeproject.co
 
Where There’s Smoke is currently being developed as a browser-based experience that includes a tool kit for building immersive learning & healing spaces.
 
We’re working on an art book that will feature a collection of my Dad’s fire slides. Pulled from thousands of fire slides shot between 1968 and 1988.
 
In addition to the immersive documentary side of the project, we’re developing a fictional film/TV series and YA novel based on true events.

This case study is the first in a series of open documents focused on projects that are developed outside of Columbia DSL but harness the lab’s methodologies and creative frameworks.

While the copyright to Where There’s Smoke resides with Lance Weiler the documentation and code at the core of the project are released under a creative commons license for others to share and remix.

To see the Case Study click here.

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