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Teenage Ampli'tude


The weDub Project:
Teenage Ampli'tude


Teenage Ampli'tude celebrates the creative talent and energy of youths in an urban slum in Kampala, Uganda. It is a thesis showcase of the award-winning, The weDub Project at Art Center College of Design.

Teens from Kamwokya are the newest VJs on the block. To hear them, each sound station feature various soundbites ranging from a DIY circuit-making video to an energetic live show of the teens performing. Participants move through each table with headphones to plug in and out of audio jacks on each table.

The tables are ordered in a progression of making to engaging, from material expression to verbal expression.


Art Center College of Design
Wind Tunnel Gallery
Media Design Practices / Field 2014 MFA Thesis
Advisors: Jemima Wyman and Anna Mayer of CamLab
Adjunct Advisors: Elise Co and Tim Schwartz
Instructors: Elizabeth Chin and Sean Donahue

Show construction: Beth Corry, Gerardo Guererro, Marcus Guttenplan, Kristina Ortega, and Jenny Rodenhouse.