Drop City (2019)

Drop City is a portrait of a computer desktop community. It takes its name from the first rural hippy commune in America, a settlement in southern Colorado that formed in 1965 constructed of discarded junk, salavaged car tops, and other detritus fashioned into inventive living structures. A decade later Drop City was completely abandoned. Nothing is left of it today.

Created by Peter Burr.
Technical Direction and Artistic Collaboration by Mark Fingerhut.
Music by John Also Bennett, "Menu Music For Video Game" from the album Erg Herbe.
Commissioned by Daata Editions.

I worked on this project as a Unity developer, programming crowd simulation agents and staging character animation scenes with ragdoll physics.