Tamara Shogaolu – FRONTLINE
Interactive webpage, installation with augmented reality
United States, 2021
UN(RE)SOLVED is an immersive transmedia project that covers more than 150 cases of racial violence in the United States, that occurred between 1934 and 1978, and examines the federal effort to deal with the legacy of these unresolved murders.
The project makes publicly available for the first time a complete interactive list of the 150 individuals, who include: people who defended the right to vote, veterans, the first female public prosecutor of Louisville, business owners, mothers, fathers and children. The story of each person is documented, and the cases can be explored by decade, state or themes that illuminate the authors of the systematic racial extermination.
The installation of this work was carried out with the support of the United States Embassy in Colombia.