Endangered Safari by Alan Winslow
Endangered Safari is a classic arcade machine that gamifies research and data on threatened and endangered species. Taking on the role of a Sooty
Shearwater on its 40,000-mile migration, the player will encounter other species, manufactured objects, and information bubbles to learn about the Anthropocene and species research. The goal is to make the information more accessible an approachable to foster conversation and change.
Alan Winslow is a Brooklyn-based artist who blends virtual production, bio-materials, and fabrication to produce interactive media based on scientific studies. He has worked with clients like The New York Times, The Internal Rescue Committee, and FujiFilm, and his artwork has been showcased at prestigious exhibitions, including the Smithsonian American Art Museum and Photoville DUMBO. Before his current work, Winslow was a photographer for over a decade.