Undefined Spaces | Maxwell Neely-Cohen





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Published on Dec 11, 2018

Undefined Spaces is a behind-the-scenes look at artists' experiences as they create their own work. Through interviews and documentation of their projects, Undefined Spaces shares their unique perspectives and the struggles artists confront as they take risks and make new discoveries.

Maxwell Neely-Cohen is a writer living in New York City. He is the author of the novel Echo of the Boom and Editor-at-Large for The Believer. His essays and non-fiction have been featured in places like The New Republic, The Millions, and BOMB Magazine. As a CultureHub Resident Artist, Max worked with coders and creative technologists to create a prototype for a dynamic system that responds to literary performance, something that could be applied to live readings the same way new media visuals are so often applied to music. Read To Me created a space that visually reacts to words being read aloud. The event and development process were deliberately structured to bring writers in collaboration with technologists and game developers, with the hope of promoting further innovation and communication.

Video Production and Editing by Jean Garcia
Video Production by Yarie Vazquez


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