Established in 2003 to serve creative technologists and artist-scientist collaborations, ASKlabs is a boutique digital content
We create engaging digital content for public audiences. In partnership with artists, scientists, and engineers we tell stories of
process, innovation, and discovery.
Our projects have ranged from a feminist Hackathon at the MIT Media Lab to Richard Serra's largest outdoor work to date in
New Zealand, and include non-fiction popular science programming for major TV networks such as Discovery, Fox, and
National Geographic. Two of our subjects are even in the Guinness Book of World Records!
Content and event partners include:
Hypersonic Engineering and Design
Lightning on Demand
Boston Museum of Science
Gibbs Farm Sculpture Park, New Zealand
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
National Gallery of Art
Peabody Essex Museum
MIT (Edgerton Center, List Visual Arts Center, Media Lab, Arts at MIT)