Community Gardens is a data-driven generative art installation.
Concepted and engineered by lucastswick , the installation challenges the stigmas and biases around homelessness.
Using threejs and running inside a browser, it is responsive to any display size, from 20' wide displays down to a mobile device.
I really started to understand the representations of the data by just looking at the gardens. It's really an experience; our community is so diverse in its successes and its disparity. It really hit home in the GPA gardens because you see a good range of people denoting that everyone can do it, but that high GPA is also experienced through lack of resources, different types of outside pressures, anxiety etc.
This project was funded by the
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
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