About The Artist
Charity Everett- Creative Technologist and Storyteller
Charity Everett is a Creative Technologist, Storyteller, Performer, and Research Fellow at MIT Open Documentary Lab and Graduate Learning Fellow at Harvard University’s Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning through their Reality Lab. She was recently awarded the 2019 Nextant Rising Star Prize by the Virtual World Society for her work to better the world using AR and VR. She is also involved with the History Design Studio at the Hutchins Center for African and African American Studies at Harvard. She spoke on a panel on the Future of Civic Design an Immersive Technology with Dr. Cornel West. She explores the connection between humanity and technology, and connects seemingly disparate dots using XR (AR/VR/MR). Her project Go Back Fetch It sees itself as a storytelling entrypoint into an XR narrative that blends art, data visualization, dance, and interactivity in a universe that connects interactive projects together to push the boundaries of interactive narrative and immersive documentary. She has given presentations at AR in Action at the MIT Media Lab, the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, the Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco, Spatial Reality: Artists Explore the Future of XR in Pasadena, The Digital Futures Consortium at Harvard’s event Art Tech Psyche IV and the upcoming Art Tech Psyche V, and at the Afropunk sponsored event Reist(D)ance. She was selected as a 2016 Oculus Launchpad Fellow, an IDEA New Rochelle Resident, and was selected as an AR VR Women Futurist in Residence.
Charity can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Go Back Fetch It- PrologueThe Prologue is a prototype of the AR Storytelling Experience Go Back Fetch It that has shown at the Institute of Contemporary Art, and is a part of the MIT Open Documentary Lab.
The burned Wooden Pieces are to transport a user into the thematic world of Ancient Humans.