The Living Archive
88 Block walks #5
AUGUST 26 - September 03 2017
Kakaʻako, Honolulu, hawaiʻI
[MOBILE VIDEO PROJECTION]
Founder of 88 Block Walks Adele Balderston, commissioned the designing of a silent portable projection system to display archive images of Kaka'ako throughout the streets of the Kaka'ako area on board a library cart. The solution was to assemble a power supply composed of 2 deep cycle batteries run in a parallel configuration and transform the current with a pure sine wave inverter. Creating a rack and bolt mount system on the library cart.
The Living Archive is a walking tour and multimedia experience that connects Kaka'ako, the dynamic and controversial neighborhood we know today, to its past through personal narratives collected between the 1920s and 1970s.
Writer/Producer: Adele Balderston
Director: Daniel A. Kelin II
Cast: Jahdi Maunakea-Stamler, Michelle Umipeg, Tyler Tanabe
Consultants: Craig Howes, Annie Koh
AV Technician/Mobile Projection: Joseph K Paʻahana
Funding & Support: Hawai'i Council for the Humanities , Our Kakaʻako & Interisland Terminal