social arts for social change
Ideas create change and motion creates motion. The evolving science of art and the meaningful science of social change is the crux of our social experimenting.
Each experiment is paired with a social cause that sends ripples of change through the multimedia stratosphere. We change the world by changing the lens you see it through.
Life happens on the streets. Everyone's got a manifesto on the street. And if you don't write it, it'll be written for you.
Black White & Grey
The history of Manhattan Country School, the most racially and socieo-economically diverse school founded in New York City in 1966...
An experimental short film on the changing fashion and character of NYC and the way it defines a neighborhood. Spanish Harlem resi...
Spin Style NYC
We partnered with Laundromat Project of New York to create an index of Harlem fashion. Every weekend we worked in Harlem's laundro...
Harvard to Homeless
Based on a letter we sent to Duke University officials about the financial pains of life post-college, the book and Think Freely C...
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For Social Change
Social Experiment builds its experiments on the tenants of experimental artistry.
We tamper with the social norm and create out of it our own artistic social experiments.
We predict, hypothesize, and research artistic remedies for social needs.
We produce and distribute creative and artistic experiments.
We make sure creative ideas result in creative policy change.
TV & Film
Shorts Documentaries Features Web Series
Social Media Mobile Apps Educational Web-Based
Fiction TV/Film Scripts Literature Music
Community Partnership Special Events Policy Research Policy Changes
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One Stroke At a Time
The Pioneer Graffiti Droner
Two years before KATSU was using drones to spray red lines through Kylie Jenner’s face, activist and artist Cameron MacLeod was experimenting at the Banff Center in Canada with the once army-based turned graffiti geek technique. Watch his first flight on October 30, 2013 at 7:00 AM.
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