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
Intended for Uganda's bootleg cinemas, this noir film explores how we see ourselves reflected in the other.
with Yael Melamede, NDWA, & CAG
A public art project, web 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 + NYk 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...