Vladivostok Exhibition

Absent Monuments, Zarya Center for Contemporary Art, Vladivostok Russia November 5, 2016 – January 22, 2017 The video of our augmented reality Cornerstone Monument is on display in this fascinating exhibition in Vladivostok Russia. Here is a description of some of the pieces in this show: The monument to Russian Navy Admiral Vasily Zavoyko, which…

Mapping Ararat at College Art Association

We have been invited to be part of an exciting panel at the College Art Association’s annual meeting which will take place in Washington D.C February 4th, 2016, 2:30-5pm, Room: Washington 1, Exhibition Level. Our presentation is called “Mapping Ararat and Beyond: Augmented Reality Walking Tours for Imagined Jewish Homelands,” This invitation comes from Professor Victoria…

Featured on Religion in America Blog

We are pleased to report that Mapping Ararat was featured on the Religion in American History blog in an insightful article written by Professor Chris Cantwell (Univ. Missouri, Kansas City) that can be found here:  http://usreligion.blogspot.ca/2015/05/mapping-ararat-new-to-me-digital.html    Cantwell writes: “It’s part research, part art, and part speculative geography. But it’s all fascinating and is one of the most innovative projects…

Mapping Ararat in the News

The April 3rd edition of The Canadian Jewish News features a lovely article on the Mapping Ararat project by Bill Gladstone. Please click on image below to read or follow this link to read the article at the Canadian Jewish News website.