July 20, 2016

Ebon Fisher Interviewed on Yale Radio

This screen grab shows a schematic of the AlulA Dimension, which was also constructed in "real space" at Nerve Circle Studios on Grand Street, Williamsburg, in the 1990s. The AlulA Dimension on the Web in VRML 3D, which allows the user to explore the architecture of AlulA. Web programming by Larry Rosenthal and Alex Shamson.
Architecture by Ebon Fisher.

Brainard Carey of Yale Radio talks with Immersive pioneer Ebon Fisher about Immersionist culture, memes, and media organisms, starting with Fisher's early work at the MIT Media Lab, and leading up to his role in Immersionism in Williamsburg in the 90s, and beyond. The discussion is about Fisher's work, but it loops around all kinds of interesting developments in Brooklyn back in the day.