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WSJ Graphics Homepage
The Wall Street Journal’s Graphics team needed a place to put their work on display. They needed to show the most projects and to highlight significant projects that might be less recent.
With help from Jessia Ma and Dov Friedman, we built a little homepage!
266 W 25 St (2014 – 2016)
266 W 25 St is an open, artist-run space to be activated by a series of short-term projects. We choose not to brand nor give 266 W 25 St a defined mission—opting instead to allow participating artists to craft not only their projects but also the institutions that will surround their work. For every event or presentation held at 266 W 25th St, an institution is designed to best fit the content of the showing. These institutions will shift from one to another, perhaps smoothly, perhaps abruptly.
Poke some holes in our a-mission!
Research and Development
R&D is a website that is performed in front of an audience. The slideshow format is completed by a paranoid reading of a script. It is the story of an intern gone rogue.
Because of the performative nature of this piece, this website is available only to those who have the link. To request access, please email me at tyler clark paige at gmail dot com.
266w25st Exhibition Sites (2014 – present)
(See above for general information regarding the 266w25st project.)
Part of this project’s program is to temporarily realize these fictional insitutions through design and creative writing. Often this takes the form of a short-term website. After the exhibitions end, the websites are archived.
Above you can find some archived exhibitions:
Green Camp, An A.R.T. Project
Green Camp is the story of the story of Cooper Union’s lost green campus: a nature getaway that exists only in institutional memory, leaving current students yearning for its fabled pastures, lost with the school itself. But does the place live on without the esprit-de-corps that fed it for so many years? 3 young art students set on a quest to find out!
“I’m so sorry you’ll never get to experience that place.”
Green Camp: An A.R.T. Project is a multi-directional slideshow that is sometimes performed for an audience and sometimes sent out as a piece to be read. It is a proposal for a non-linear storytelling of the effects of nostalgia and esprit-de-corps in American higher education.
tyler.click is a platform for me to release low-pressure, low-anxiety projects. And its backend is up for grabs!
Check it out! You can even preview what the site looks like on different devices by clicking the little icons.
Designing User Navigation Find Your Topic
Lightboard is an internal tool for visualizing and interacting with social media data on large scale LED screens. This project provided social media editors with optimal publication times by tracking performance over time.
Lightboard was a collaboration between myself, Nicholas Breeser, Olivia Glennon (who has her own fantastic documentation of the project), and Andrew Rehayem at The Wall Street Journal.
PowerPPT is an open-source jQuery plugin that creates multi-directional slideshows. No longer must your presentations be held captive by the imprisoning linearity of Powerpoint! Go up and down and across, allowing non-linear storytelling within the familiar format we all know and love!
Currently in development.
Dang, that’s an ugly gif!