Author: Letícia Ferreira

  • Audio Quilt of a Thousand Names

    Audio Quilt of a Thousand Names

    Participatory piece which invites the public to memorialize people who died of HIV/AIDS.

  • Lightbox


    Interactive analog piece invites the public to think about the space they inhabit.

  • A Final’s Knitting Week

    What: analog data visualization project using knitting to visualize time. When: April 2017 Display History:April 2017 – Locker Pop Up Exhibition (juried exhibition) at the School of Arts, Technology and Emerging Communication at the University of Texas at Dallas. This playful piece was designed as a visualization of my free time during the week of […]

  • Touch Me

    Touch Me

    Touch Me – intervention on the building of the School of Arts, Technology and Emerging Communication at UT Dallas.

  • Building Learning Communities

    Building Learning Communities

    What: Speculative design project When: Spring and Fall of 2015. This project was part of the work done on the University Transdisciplinary Lab – Civic Innovation: Strategies and Practices for Transformative Change, a collaborative lab by Parsons School of Design and The New School for Public Engagement, in 2015. I worked with Ricardo Dutra and […]

  • Only One

    Only One

    What: An audio augmented reality experience. When: Fall 2015 Display History:October 2015 – Williamsburg Bridge, New York, NY. Exploring my relationship and contemplation of the city through its bridges, I designed a soundscape which mixed sounds recorded at the bridge and the reading of a poem about New York. I generated QR codes that were […]