New York City, NY | 2017
Women’s Voices is a multi-faceted interactive on the 4th floor of the New-York Historical Society. Working closely with researchers and resident fellows, this highly engaging exhibit invites visitors to hear, see, and connect with key figures in women’s history. Each woman’s story is told through compelling photography, contemporary video, and, in many cases, an accounting by renowned historians in the field.
Nine columns of 4K touch screens provide an opportunity for multiple users to navigate through figures like Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Sojourner Truth, Shirley Chisholm, and Helen Keller by connecting to their impacts on New York and the arc of history.