ISOGRAM Studio explores socio-political and biopolitical issues related to women, children, immigrants, and minorities. The studio makes use of linear and non-linear storytelling to dive into the complexity of these issues, while trying to give the audience plenty of room to draw their own conclusions. The studio makes use of new media and emerging technology, including video, audio, kinetic machines, and interactive elements to create an engaging and immersive experience. However, our use of novel technology is always in service to the experience - never an end unto itself.
To contact us at james (at) isogr.am