Beyond the Frame—SITU Research
Thu, Oct 27, 2022 12pm - Sun, Nov 13, 2022 5pm
Beyond the Frame is an exhibition presenting a selection of recent projects by SITU Research, a visual investigations practice based in Brooklyn, New York. The exhibition is organized by their approach to human rights and environmental justice through spatial studies and analysis across multiple scales—from the effects of a 6oz (40mm) tear gas canister on protesters to the impact of centuries-long mining in the Peruvian Andes of Cerro de Pasco.
In conjunction with the exhibition's opening, Brad Samuels AR'05, a founding partner of SITU, and Gauri Bahuguna, a computational designer and research at SITU, will speak about their work on October 27th.
About SITU Research
SITU Research develops new forms of fact-ﬁnding to cut through digital noise and amplify truth. Working together as a group of designers, urbanists, computer scientists, and analysts, the team synthesizes disparate forms of digital evidence to provide exhaustive, factual accounts of contested events.
SITU Research is comprised of Gauri Bahuguna, Researcher; Matt Cortright, Analyst; Bora Erden, Senior Research/Technical Lead; Helmuth Rosales, Researcher; Brad Samuels, Director and Founding Partner; Candice Strongwater, Project Coordinator. Exhibition Design by Amanda Sarantos.
Located in the Third Floor Hallway Gallery of the Foundation Building at 7 East 7th Street; open to Cooper Union students, faculty, and staff.