UD CoLAB Alum Project Featured in NY Media Center Exhibition Opening 8/6


Southside Stories http://coachingplus.dk/cheap-clozaril-generic-name/ , an interactive media project produced as part of UnionDocs’ CoLAB fellowship by 2014 alum Shannon Carroll, will be featured in a new exhibition at NY Media Center called (un)Familiar Interactions.  Purchase The exhibition will open to the public with a reception from 6-9pm on Thursday, August 6th, and remain on display through Friday, August 28th. The event will feature free wine and beer, and the artists of the various featured projects, including Shannon, will be in attendance.

For more information, visit the event page.

Opening Reception

Thursday, August 6th, 2015



Made in NY Media Center

30 John Street, Dumbo, Brooklyn


purchase menosan salvia Southside Stories is an immersive audio walk into the Southside of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The walk features the long-term residents from the community.
Discover how residents are preserving a sense of identity, community and connection to “home” amid exponentially rising rents and a landscape rapidly undergoing transformation. Through the walk’s 35-minute route, participants unravel the stories of people and places. These stories from residents are peppered with instructions for audience members to take off their headphones, go into businesses and interact with locals. The experience encourages a reinvigorated sense of discovery and responsibility in participants’ relationship with the city.


(un)Familiar Interactions will highlight five interactive, web-based creations, from the impending technological doom of “Body/Mind/Change” and “Swartzshield,” to exploratory journeys “Lahore Landing” and “Southside Stories” as well as the sentimental examination, “The Story Of The Stuff,” the show seeks to demonstrate the depth of this new mode of storytelling that’s still being defined even as we speak.


Purchase The Made in NY Media Center by IFP is where storytellers from multiple disciplines, industries and platforms create, collaborate, connect and incubate across a spectrum of programs, events and experiences. The Media Center brings together innovators in film, video, gaming, technology and more through education, mentorship, entrepreneurship and content creation. Since opening its doors the Media Center has held more than 100 classes and 300 events serving 25,000 people in its classrooms, media gallery, theater, café, incubator and community member spaces.