Interactive Atelier Course Evolves After Pandemic Closes Campus
In the Spring of 2020 I began documenting the Princeton Atelier course, The Understor(e)y: Suspension, Movement, Space, a unique project centered around a collaboration with dance, net sculptures, engineering and sound. When the coronavirus pandemic forced a campus-wide evacuation, the students, faculty and staff worked together to address the seemingly-impossible task of translating this highly interactive class to a virtual space. My mission with this video also evolved as I pivoted to telling a story of resilience during an historic time. You can learn more about the story that I shot, reported, produced and edited on the Lewis Center for the Arts website.