We collect stories from people in the community at each location where we exhibit the Augmented Reality installation.
How it works
Contributions to the AR installation, are recorded on-site during the exhibition. Community members are assisted to create video fragments telling the impacts of displacement on themselves and their communities — to add their voices — collectively exploring what it means to be “still/ed here.” Individual stories are added to the wall to contribute to a collective story of the impacts of displacement, an issue of currency, of urgency in Canada, and in our world.
Each image turns into a video fragment of this person sharing their story when viewed through the Lifeprint AR app.
We need your help to bring Still/ed Here to Canadian communities like yours. We want your help to gather the individual stories of displacement of people, families, communities that together tell the collective story of what it means to be “still/ed here”.
Interested in having Still/ed Here in your community?
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