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geologic


Landforms, substrates, sediments - these emerge from geologic processes that extend into deep time, and they shape your world. Think about your movement over the face of the earth or even the very ground beneath your feet - you have a direct relationship with the geologic. 

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geologic


Landforms, substrates, sediments - these emerge from geologic processes that extend into deep time, and they shape your world. Think about your movement over the face of the earth or even the very ground beneath your feet - you have a direct relationship with the geologic. 

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cognition


Our work uses tools from cognitive science and geocognition to help us build human-scale experiences of geologic-scale issues. We draw on multi-modal attention patterns, spatial reasoning, and viewpoint to build sensory environments that evoke emotional and memorable experiences. Sometimes we describe our work as hacking, but it sounds more official to call it cognitive engineering

cognition


Our work uses tools from cognitive science and geocognition to help us build human-scale experiences of geologic-scale issues. We draw on multi-modal attention patterns, spatial reasoning, and viewpoint to build sensory environments that evoke emotional and memorable experiences. Sometimes we describe our work as hacking, but it sounds more official to call it cognitive engineering

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society


We’re a post-disciplinary creative practice focused on making our collective experience of the earth more meaningful. We do things like design artificial remoteness into landscapes, expose invisible traces of the anthropocene in local neighborhoods, and create immersive experiences in public spaces to highlight something about time and disorientation. We even dabble in land art. You might call it geographical urbanism, or landscape urbanism, or even cognitive urbanism, but we like to think we're just helping people be better earthlings.

society


We’re a post-disciplinary creative practice focused on making our collective experience of the earth more meaningful. We do things like design artificial remoteness into landscapes, expose invisible traces of the anthropocene in local neighborhoods, and create immersive experiences in public spaces to highlight something about time and disorientation. We even dabble in land art. You might call it geographical urbanism, or landscape urbanism, or even cognitive urbanism, but we like to think we're just helping people be better earthlings.