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a research database for projects about exchange. From unconventional dialogue to reciprocity systems, the Exchange Archive supports research about contemporary exchange practices.We aim to support artistic research by making legible the people, ideas, and materials that surround exchange-based work today.The Exchange Archive highlights connections between works.



The Exchange Archive was conceived, designed, and developed as a collaboration between the MultiAgency Collective and Caroline Woolard, as part of MoMA Studio: Exchange Café.

MultiAgency Collective: (in alphabetical order)

Amelia Winger-Bearskin is an Interactive Performance Artist living in Brooklyn. She has been a solo performer at numerous international performance festivals and art biennials since 2008 in cities not limited to: Beijing, China; Manila, Philippines; Seoul and Gwangju, South Korea; Sao Paulo, Brazil; Tasmania, Australia; New York, NY; and Washington, DC. Her newest works are audience experiences merging the worlds of computational media, physical computing and agent based software. 

Corey Brady is a designer of technologies for collaborative knowledge building. He is president of Inquire Learning, LLC, and co-Principal Investigator on two grants from the National Science Foundation. He holds a PhD in mathematics education, as well as master’s degrees in both mathematics (algebraic topology) and English (Victorian literature).

Pratim Sengupta is an assistant professor of Learning Sciences at Vanderbilt University, and recipient of the National Science Foundation’s Early CAREER award. He designs multi-agent based and tangible computational systems for a wide age group of learners, and studies cognitive development of both children and adults. He directs the Mind, Matter & Media Lab.

Developer: Mason Wright

Mason Wright is a software developer at Vanderbilt University. He holds a master’s degree in science education from Vanderbilt and has taught high school physics. As a programmer, he builds visual programming environments for students in grade school through high school, with funding from the NSF at the Mind, Matter & Media Lab. He has also used JavaScript and HTML5 to implement educational web games that can be played on mobile devices.

Exchange Café Organizer: Caroline Woolard

Caroline Woolard is an artist and organizer based in Brooklyn, New York. Making sculptures, furniture, events, and workshops, Woolard co-creates spaces for critical exchange, forgotten histories, and plausible futures. In 2009, Woolard cofounded three organizations to support collaborative cultural production: a studio space, a barter network, and Trade School. Woolard teaches at the New School and is a Fellow at Eyebeam.

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