Joanne Cheung 张涓
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A New Town Hall
A speculative design of civic architecture to support democracy in the 21st century.
This project investigates democracy in the age of social media through the lens of the rural New Hampshire town hall. As a place of assembly, the architecture of the town hall has not evolved beyond its colonial meeting house origins to support the scale and speed at which people communicate today. What should the contemporary town hall—and the practice of everyday politics both online and offline—look like in a networked society?
Collaborators: Aimilios Davlantis Lo (fabrication), Hanna Kim (illustration), Mindy Seu (graphic design)
An art book.
“Shifting the ‘Horizon’,” The Harvard Gazette.
“‘Postcards from the future’: Joanne K. Cheung envisions what design can reveal about our planet,” Harvard GSD News.
Exhibited at Harvard Global Health Institute’s Sustainability Showcase. Production support from the Harvard Visualization Lab and a Sustainability Grant from the Harvard Office for Sustainability.
A public pavilion that materializes 200 crowdsourced designs that have never been built.
“Class Act,” Wallpaper.
“This Year’s Design Miami Pavilion Has Odd Looks—and Unexpected Creators,” Wired.
“The Most Interesting Projects From a Newly Inclusive Design Miami,” T: The New York Times Style Magazine.
“A Pavilion of Tiny Pink Buildings,” Azure.
Commissioned by Design Miami. Named Finalist in Fast Company’s Innovation by Design Award.
Collaborators: Jenny Shen, Steven Meyer, Yiliu Shen-Burke, Douglas Harsevoort
Filmballad of Mamadada
A feature-length biopic of a Dada artist made by playing a game of exquisite corpse with 50 people.
“Body Politic,” Artforum.
Trailer & Full List of Collaborators
Produced and directed Lily Benson and Cassandra Guan. Screenings include Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, International Film Festival Rotterdam, and Athens Avant Garde Film Festival.
A Landscape By Any Other Name
A collection of postcards of landscapes as seen by a human and a computer.
Exhibited at Machine Experiences II: Art Perspectives on Artificial Intelligence, Rainbow Unicorn, Berlin.
Self-portraits taken with a daguerreotype camera where the artist disappears.
Exhibited at Jaffe-Friede Gallery, Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth College.
Users v. Muses
Musings on the century of the user.
Presented at Honoring All Expertise: Social Responsibility and Ethics in Tech, Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University.