I Have a Door Up There is an invitation to peer through waves and reflections, plants and grandparents, knick knacks and outer space. It begins a conversation approaching care. Featuring interactive experiences accessible through both a website and a physical installation on the Harvard campus, I Have a Door Up There will unfold in 3 parts and will continue to evolve throughout its run. I Have a Door Up There invites you to spend time with loss in its varied shapes, sizes, and forms.
Part 1: What Grows (May 4-7)
An individual journey you are welcome to visit in your own time. Begin your journey through the website or physical installation at your leisure. The installation can be viewed through the windows of the Smith Campus Center on Holyoke Street across from Farkas Hall, 12 Holyoke St. View the website here: ihaveadoorupthere.net.
Part 2: The Gathering (May 8 at 1pm ET)
After experiencing the website or physical installation, join us for an opportunity to share and reflect together. Upon registering, you will receive a link to the event and instructions on what to bring. Register here.
Part 3: Reorientation (May 9-13)
Re-visit our digital and physical spaces in your own time, to shuffle through our evolving archive of memory, story, and hope for what is to come.
created by Alice Findlay '22, Isaac Heller '23, & Noah Gold '22
in collaboration with Tara Ahmadinejad & Phillip Howze
audio, video, & AR design by Sadah Espii Proctor
website design by Matt Wolff
installation design by Emily Majors & Darien Carr
lighting design consultation by Cha See