NYC Tenants Project

This is the project I’ve been coordinating during my first semester at NYU.

The students of Studio 20 met with tenants, community organizers, lawyers and academics to try to understand the state of New York housing and its potential future. With the use of video, audio, photography and interactive storytelling, the piece spotlights the loss of approximately 300,000 rent regulated apartments in New York City and prompts us to ask: what kind of city do we want?

FYI: I created the interactivity with a software called Klynt – mainly during my winter break.

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