Architectural Record | September 2006 | read full article
Architectural Record writes a preview of Local Project's design for GIANTS, an exhibition celebrating the life of the Twin Towers.
Cartographic Perspectives | March 2006 | read full article
The highly esteemed author Denis Wood, who wrote the groundbreaking The Power of Maps, collaborated with John Krygier to write the article "Jake Barton's Performative Maps: An Essay", a profile on Local Projects' map-based art projects in the latest issue of "Cartographic Perspectives".
The Washington Post | StoryCorps at Ground Zero | July 2005 | read full article
"She joined relatives of other September 11 victims to record some of her memories at a newly opened oral history booth at the World Trade Center Site... "
New Yorker Magazine | Timescapes | June 2005 | read full article
"Four hundred years of New York History are compressed into a twenty-two minute presentation of morphing maps, images, and narration in the new three-screen..."
NY Arts Magazine | Timescapes | December 2004 | read full article
"This is how you organize a cartography installation; this is how you map a map."
Metropolis Magazine | New York's Moynihan| July 2004 | read full article
"You wander into a little media gallery with video clips and his speeches and television appearances. Here at last the full flavor of the man comes across..."
Metropolis Magazine | Metropolis in Motion | ICFF Directory 2004 | read full article
" 'Functionally the structure works like a magazine,' Local Project's Jake Barton says, 'Outside it has a cover to attract attention. Inside the actual content is represented through physical broadsheets and interactive stations' "
USA Today | StoryCorps | October 28, 2003
"StoryCorps -- a national oral history project in which ordinary Americans are interviewed by relatives or friends -- opened its first recording booth Thursday in New York City's Grand Central Terminal."
I.D. Magazine | StoryCorps | October 2003 | read full article
"The quiet interior space is connected to the outside world through a low slung window, where passersby can glimpse the interview in process, or hear recorded interviews at a listening station."
Metropolis Magazine | StoryCorps | January 2004 | read full article
"Glowing beacon like soundproof recording booths will be deployed in public spaces..."
Join our Mailing-List
Enter your Email-Address to be added to our Mailing-List.