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MIT Open Doc Lab

Moogfest 2017 participant Halsey Burgund, of MIT Open Doc Lab, will present Land Marking at this year's Protest Stage. Burgund will be joined by developer Joe Zobkiw.

Land Marking is a mobile-based music/activist project that augments the physical landscape of protest events with a layer of location-based audio contributed by event participants in real-time. The project will be teaming up with the Protest Stage to allow Moogfest attendees to contribute their thoughts on protests and tune into an evolving mix of commentary and field recordings from others throughout downtown Durham.

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