Studio REV- is a non-profit art organization that combines sound research and bold ideas to produce creative media to impact the lives of low-wage workers, immigrants, women, and youth.
New York City
supported by Creative Capital
A series of sculptures, installations, films, and performances that explore how we see ourselves reflected and distorted in the other.
with Yael Melamede, NDWA, & CAG
A public art project, PBS/ITVS film series, and mobile studio (CareForce One) amplifing the voices of America's fastest growing workforce — caregivers.
an apex art Franchise commission
7 experimental videos "slinked" onto commercially pirated DVDs and circulated within Uganda's bootleg cinemas.
Supported by Creative Capital
Positioning Bruce Lee as a lingua franca to communicate with his fans and underdogs all over the world — offline and online— in a conversation about power.
with The National Domestic Workers Alliance
A bright orange mobile design studio and sound lab that accelerates the movement for domestic workers rights!
with Centro de los Derechos del Migrante + Research Action Design (RAD)
A Yelp for migrant workers + psychedelic smorgasbord of pocket-sized comics & audio novelas!
with Un Mundo, The Queens Museum, and Peréz Museum of Art Miami
A literacy campaign centered around a story-eating bandit who terrorizes little kids until they write and offer him stories they've written.
with National Domestic Workers Alliance, Domestic Worker Coalitions in NY, MA, and CA
A "public art nanny hotline"—Think Click and Clack on NPR's Car Talk but for nannies.
with The Walker Art Center and Northern Lights.mn
A book and set playing cards that embrace productive friction. Designed in black and blue, the colors of a good bruise.
Reports, posters, banners, websites, and more!
with Mozilla Fdnt + NY Hall of Science
A teen-led augmented reality game about the New York World's Fair.
with American Museum of Natural History
An augmented reality mobile sdventure. Sleuth to learn about microorganisms & ecological balance!
with Western Front
A book exploring the anticipatory nature of instructionals, diagrams, and recipes.
with Street Vendor Project of the Urban Justice Center
A public art intervention that helped prevent Council Member Jessica Lappin from passing a law criminalizing New York City street vendors.
with Bactria Tajikistan and CEC Artslink
An infectious cellphone-based public art contest in Tajikistan for the best 10 second poem.
with YYZ BOOKS
A book about embedded art practices.
with Mozilla Foundation
A cadre of techie teen beta-testers! Details coming soon...
Media arts training courses for underresourced communities.
A San Francisco-based gallery showcasing experimental, socially-engaged art. Details coming soon...