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The result of our collaboration with the National Film Board of Canada and independent producer Cult Leader, The Space We Hold shares the stories of “the Grandmothers”—women who were forced into sexual slavery by the Japanese army during World War II.
The interactive documentary premiered at the 2017 Sheffield Documentary Festival in the UK. Built from the ground up using WebGL, the documentary intermixes full-screen video, scrolling content, user input and data visualization to share the Grandmothers’ tragic stories and reflect back to us our collective reaction.
An interactive web documentary, 20 minutes, 2017
The Space We Hold
A direct provocation to bear witness to the testimonies of three former "comfort women" who are among the oldest living survivors of militarized sexual violence in the world today.
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