Conexiones Fracturadas, is a reflection project built off the Family Reunions Project. A non fiction VR project that mixed documentary work and VR experiences that questioned digital methods of memory and connections. It included open-air exhibits, cross-nation discussions, and an education toolkit.
Dia del Salvadoreño - 2019, Heampstead, NY
Floreceras Guatemala collective - 2018, Queens, NY
Refugees and Migrants Tell Their Own Stories Through Photographs (Published 2018)
The 25th annual exhibition by the Open Society Documentary Photography Project elevates the voices of refugees, migrants and asylum seekers. In recent years, photographers from all over have flocked to countries affected by the refugee crisis, following the travails of migrants seeking refuge in Turkey, Greece and Lebanon.
Who Is VR for? Maybe for Me and My Mom
When Alvaro and I first talked, we didn't have any funding. Neither of us owned any equipment for this kind of project, and we were both unable to leave the U.S. In retrospect, we faced many of the same issues around accessibility that Ingrid notes in her piece, and at least for me, a few others as well.