Project
Experience Economies 6: Innovate or Die

PhD candidate Rebecca Uchill (HTC-Art History) is the co-founder and co-director of the cultural event series Experience Economies, along with Gavin Kroeber (Harvard GSD MDesS '12). As 2011-2012 Cultural Producers in Residence at The Lab at Harvard, an agency promoting experimentation in the nexus between the arts and sciences, Uchill and Kroeber developed a five-hour tour of Boston's "innovation landscape" - pairing artists, historians and other presenters with entrepreneurial laboratories, design firms and co-work spaces. The February 2012 event was selected as an editor's pick of noteworthy shows in the May/June '12 edition of Art Papers.

IMAGES (Photographs by David DiMaria)
1. Jeremy Blatter, The Consumer as Experimental Subject: Psychology and Trademark Infringement at the Turn of the Twentieth Century, as part of Experience Economies 6 Innovate or Die, presented and hosted by the Laboratory at Harvard.
2. Catherine McMahon, The Cult of Personality, 2012 as part of Experience Economies 6 Innovate or Die, presented and hosted by the Laboratory at Harvard.
3. Kelly Sherman, The Labyrinth, Madison Park, 2011, social intervention as part of Experience Economies 6 Innovate or Die, presented and hosted by the Laboratory at Harvard.
4. Tutoring session for Mary Walling Blackburn's ARE (Anhoek Required Examination), 2012, as part of Experience Economies 6 Innovate or Die, presented and hosted by the Laboratory at Harvard.
5. Site visit to Continuum, Newton. Experience Economies 6 Innovate or Die, presented and hosted by the Laboratory at Harvard.
6. Site visit to Harvard Innovation Lab. Experience Economies 6 Innovate or Die, presented and hosted by the Laboratory at Harvard.