Urban Matter Inc was in Louisville, Kentucky for a workshop and ideation session with the local arts and non profit organizations around communicating air quality data to the public. The workshop [...]

Air quality, creative folks, ideation and Louisville, Kentucky

Silent Lights

Last week, we got the opportunity to visit the project site for our interactive art installation, at the Seaholm Redevelopment Project. The feature wall that sits at center of the [...]

Weeknote#17 Hard Hats, 3D Prototypes & Studio Warming

Family Style

We will be in Louisville, KY, in November to conduct a workshop with the City of Louisville, Creative Commons and other stakeholders involved in the Sensored City Project, including community leaders. [...]

Weeknote#18 Upcoming Workshops, SXSW & Ateliê Urbano

There are a few things to report this week. Last month we were awarded the opportunity to create a large scale interactive installation as a part of the Water + [...]

Weeknote#15 Scottsdale, Silent Lights and SXSW.

Works that Work is a magazine about unexpected creativity.  Shagun contributed an article about an inventor in India – Arunachalam Muruganantham who invented a machine that can create sanitary pads for [...]

Works that Work, Issue 3, Spring 2014

Wise Words

ARTfarm

Luminated Rhythm

Silent Lights was featured on the 16th Issue of Color Quotient (spelt Colour Quotient in British English), a magazine focused on color, published by Asian Paints in India. According to [...]

Color Quotient, Issue 6, Aug 2014

Silent Lights was featured on the 16th Issue of Color Quotient (spelt Colour Quotient in British English), a magazine focused on color, published by Asian Paints in India. According to [...]

Weeknotes#16 Color Quotient, Afropunk Fest, & Sensored City

Weeknotes has been on a bit of a hiatus. There are times when one just has to get the work done and leave the blogging for later. We’ve had a [...]

Weeknote#13 Seaholm, ITP Camp, New Website & More

So far we’ve managed to post weekly. The posts have been primarily about ideas that we’ve been thinking and working towards, inspiration and updates on past projects. Even though there [...]

Weeknote#6 : Design Innovation is not quite dead