GhostWorks Studio was a cross-disciplinary undergraduate studio offered to Interaction Design and Architecture students, under the direction of Tad Hirsch and Rob Corser. Student teams prototyped “ghosts” – interactive media installations that collect and project stories, histories and dreams of a former forest service station currently being developed as a cultural and economic development center in Twisp, WA.
Working with TwispWorks, the community organization responsible for the site, the project sought to engage the public through built form and digital media. Students installed Ghosts on site, and hosting a community-wide event in June of 2012.
More information is available on the GhostWorks project site.