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Research: Interactive Installations

Beloved Mnemosyne

MB5 2000, Oakland, 2000.
Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose - GroundZero Launch, 2001.
Konstmuseum, Goteburg, Sweden - International Computer Music Festival, 2002.

In a room-sized environment of interactive sculptural objects and water features, visitors, as they approached or touched the installations, heard seamlessly overlaid stories of memory and loss about a family with a father suffering from Alzheimer's disease.

Beloved Mnemosyne was created by composer and interactive artist Anne Deane Berman, sculptor Bill McVicar, and REMAP's Jeff Burke.