The focal point of “Knowing Together” was a daylong workshop centered on intimacy and vulnerability, in which pairs of strangers learned to platonically embrace. As each pair stood in the center of a circle formed by the remaining group members, participants took turns snapping photos with a camera. When combined using 3D reconstruction software, these photos yielded a set of seven 3D-printed sculptures, each showing an intimate embrace suspended in an acrylic dome, a lasting visual artifact of the creation process.

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Collaboration with Charles Berret.

Credit: Zoe Logan: producer; Kimberly Gim: designer; Charles Berret: writer; Andrew J. LeVine, Roy Rochlin: photographer; Katherine Hoskins, Jacqueline Heitz, and Kingkan Siripiriyakul: documentation; Ruta Kruliauskaite, Carlie Yutong Zhang, Angela Perrone, Trisha Barton, and the EdLab team: production. Commissioned by EdLab, the R&D unit at Teachers College, Columbia.