Art of Raving

Client. National Coalition Against Censorship
Location. Washington, D.C.
Year. 2003

During the discovery phase of the proposed RAVE act in Congress, the National Coalition Against Censorship put out a call for evidence that raves were an art form, and as such were protected under the First Amendment for freedom of expression. I created a multimedia showcase of rave art including photos, interactive drawing and musical demonstration with original tracks in different styles. I also did the blacklight drawing on the dancer’s back.

This interactive CD ROM was included with the brief for the NCAC’s evidence and is on file in the Library of Congress.