is a doctoral candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. His research is focused on the interactions between digital media, communities, and the built environment. Srinivasan holds a M.S degree from the MIT Media Lab and a B.S from Stanford University. He is the designer and creator of several interactive media projects including PhotoGlas, a web-based news photomontage system; Village Voice, a digital project that employed dynamic collage and community-driven architectures to empower a Somali refugees within the Boston area to re-connect and preserve their histories and cultures; Public Body, a physical installation created for the pedestrians within a tunnel in downtown Boston, and Tribal Peace, an intertribal media system designed to share stories and cultural narratives across a set of Native American reservations.
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