Behavior/time - Creative strategies for culture and education

Behavior/time builds interactive visualizations used for pedagogy, like those employed in French high schools to spatialize and teach poetry. We have also grown social movements like the Dear Black Women Project, a thriving community of affirmation-based support, as well as brought to life humanitarian research such as SMS Pantry, which provides critical resources to people with food insecurity in the USA. metaLAB at Harvard, Paris-Sorbonne Université, Harvard Art Museums, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, Piaggio Fast Forward, University of Michigan School of Information, The Dear Black Women Project, Alliance Française, New Geographies | Harvard University Press, Kiwiversity, The Ateliers Jean Nouvel, Japan Disaster Digital Archive

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Krystelle Denis is a designer and technologist specializing in visual frameworks and data-driven narratives. Her functional and aesthetic design approach has led her to projects at metaLAB at Harvard, Paris Sorbonne, the Fogg Museum, MIT, and Piaggio Fast Forward, among other institutions. While working with Ateliers Jean Nouvel, she collaborated with acoustics engineers to design the ceiling of the Philharmonie de Paris concert hall. She studied at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Alex Horak is a software engineer and social theorist with a background in human-computer interaction. His technical grounding has taken him across disciplines, from brain-computer interface research to chief technology officer at productivity software company Fetchnotes. He has also worked with the Japan Disasters Archive to map resources and victim stories following the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, as well as on experimental museum curation while working for the metaLAB at Harvard.