MOSAIC OF CHANGE (MOC) IS A UNIVERSAL STORYTELLING PLATFORM PRESENTING A VISUAL LANGUAGE THROUGH IMMERSIVE DESIGN EXPERIENCES THAT SPUR INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE AND UNDERSTANDING TO INSPIRE PEACE AND FOSTER CHANGE.
UNESCO PEACE PAVILION
Immersive Design Experience
World Tour | 2021+
The UNESCO Peace Pavilion is a hybrid of architecture, art and technology that creates a mosaic of data-driven light and sound choreographies and demonstrates how design can stimulate positive social and ecological effects.
Labyrinth of New Media Art
The Mosaic of Change exhibition within the Pavilion provides evocative multi-sensory content through creative display technologies that inspire visitors to contemplate our relationships to ourselves, to each other, and to our world.
To engage diverse audiences in knowledge sharing and storytelling, the exhibition will travel to all five global regions including Africa, the Arab States, Asia & the Pacific, Europe & North America, and Latin America & the Caribbean.
We are currently seeking artists, musicians, data viz designers, photographers, and videographers from all five global regions to feature in our traveling exhibitions and communication platforms.
UNESCO’s 70th Anniversary & General Conference UNESCO Headquarters | Paris, France | 2015
Live Architectural Projection Experience
November 14 – 18, 2015
In the wake of the terror attacks in Paris on November 13, UNESCO’s iconic headquarters were illuminated with messaging highlighting the pillars of education, science, and culture as the foundations for building peace.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE MOSAIC OF CHANGE LAUNCH AT UNESCO IN PARIS
MOC Connects Change Seekers to Change Makers
We provide visually compelling information via short format films combined with data visualizations to help people track change on our planet and contribute resources where change is still needed most.
We invite audiences to engage with, promote, and champion the altruistic works of Change Makers who dedicate their time, energy, resources, and passion towards creating improved planetary conditions.
Our short-format films use art and music to portray and document the work of Change Makers, track the change they created to date, and demonstrate their replicable solutions for a specific field or environment.