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I characterize my new media artwork using the following keywords: research-driven, collaborative, investigative, trans-disciplinary, dialogical, instructive and experimental. I consider my process--which is often times indistinguishable from the product--as a kind of "think tank." The thinking is ongoing; it may begin on my own but usually moves into a collaborative setting and ultimately advances through some sort of public engagement. I do not publish "white papers," but instead the content takes on a form most suitable for the occasion or that will connect with the broadest audience. This may include a web site, video, installation, performance, toolkit, workshop, lecture or combination of these elements.

Recent Submissions

  • 2006 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

    Singer, Brooke (2009-06-22)
    Windfall is a creative exploration into how individuals can engineer, implement and advance wind turbine technology for the purpose of generating power for self-consumption. My primary motivation for this project is to ...
  • 2008 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

    Singer, Brooke (2009-06-08)
    For Renew Media I propose further development of a current work-in-progress, Superfund365. Superfund365, A Site-A-Day, is an online data visualization application of the worst 365 Superfund sites in the United States. ...


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