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An interactive art installation by Hannah Wolfe, assistant professor of computer science, and her collaborators has won the Best in Show – Art Gallery at SIGGRAPH 2020, the world’s leading computer graphics and interactive techniques conference. Their piece, Cacophonic Choir, “addresses the ways that sexual assault survivors’ experiences are distorted by digital and mass media and its effect. The installation is composed of distributed agents in space that individually respond by becoming visually bright, semantically coherent, and sonically clear, revealing original testimonies of survivors,” according to Business Wire, which covered the awards. 

Click here to read an interview with Wolfe and her collaborators.

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