OUR WORK

Our work explores the space between a screen and viewer. We have designed multimedia content and playback systems off-broadway, in Chelsea galleries and national museums, at all-night minimal techno parties, and on the facades of elaborate buildings. We believe the most powerful tool that an interactive installation can leverage is everyone’s innate sense of wonder.

STATE OF THE CITY
STATE OF THE CITY
Imaginary Media teamed up with Ionic Design to bring to life Mayor Bill de Blasio's 2017 State of the City address. From system design to custom animations, Imaginary Media helped add a creative spark to the evening.
SEE MORE
HERMES
HERMES
Imaginary Media teamed up with DML and Hermès to create a series of petit h pop-up environments in window displays during the holiday season.
SEE MORE
HENDRIX IN HARLEM
HENDRIX IN HARLEM
The Apollo presents a special concert celebrating rock legend Jimi Hendrix. Hendrix in Harlem featured funk/ska-punk/rock originators Fishbone live visuals by Imaginary Media.
SEE MORE
META MIAMI
META MIAMI
Meta Miami featured a full, digital mosaic wall of live streamed, Basel-centric Instagram photos projected by Imaginary Media, floor mounted booths fit with flatscreens that looped video of the South Beach waterfront, and life sized, geometric, neon light installations by Nitemind. Event curated by Wallplay.
SEE MORE
INFINITI
INFINITI
In November of 2016, Imaginary Media teamed up with Wallplay and Nitemind to bring ComplexCon event-goers a one-of-a-kind in-car experience. Stepping into a new Infiniti QX30 participants would find that the vehicle was transformed into an interactive laser photobooth.
SEE MORE
BRUNCHFAST
BRUNCHFAST
Imaginary Media created a 360˚ immersive projection world that filled a 20’ cube. This was the land of Brunchfast, Jack in the Box’s latest offering.
SEE MORE
DRIVE TO THE MOON
DRIVE TO THE MOON
Presented by the 2017 Kia Forte, “Drive to the Moon” witnessed Villain transform into a futuristic playground, with large-scale projections adorning the walls created by Imaginary Media.
SEE MORE
MANUS X MACHINA
MANUS X MACHINA
Imaginary Media teamed up with 3LD Art + Technology Center for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute's spring 2016 exhibition. Manus X Machina explores how fashion designers are reconciling the handmade and the machine-made in the creation of haute couture and avant-garde ready-to-wear.
SEE MORE
KEURIG KOLD
KEURIG KOLD
Imaginary Media teamed up with Bravo Media for a Keurig product launch event. We created an interactive pool table that generated ripples in the table when participants hit the pool balls, revealing the inner workings of Keurig's newest offering, the Keurig Kold.
SEE MORE
H&M LOVES COACHELLA
H&M LOVES COACHELLA
Imaginary Media teamed up with SenovvA and H&M to create a totally surreal festival experience in the 3,200 sq. ft. temporary pavilion for H&M located at the Choachella Music Festival in 2015.
SEE MORE
MEDIALOUNGE
MEDIALOUNGE
Imaginary Media was a proud producer, systems designer, and supporter of the 2015 MediaLounge. MediaLounge is a pop-up exhibition space that highlights the work of digital artists who are pushing the limits of technology.
SEE MORE
KOLMAR COSMETICS
KOLMAR COSMETICS
Imaginary Media teamed up with 3LD Art + Technology Center to create a one-of-a-kind immersive experince for Kolmar Cosmetic's launch of their new product line.
SEE MORE
10 SULLIVAN STREET
10 SULLIVAN STREET
An immersive installation inviting potential buyers to experience the panoramic view from a full-scale model apartment. Time of day is controlled by a custom iPad app with content produced using camera drones to achieve apartment-specific views mapped onto windows.
SEE MORE
THE NEW SCHOOL
THE NEW SCHOOL
The University Center Launch was a multi-level, multi-day event to celebrate the opening of the New School’s University Center. Imaginary Media was responsible for the conception, planning, and execution of the media and experiential content for the opening gala.
SEE MORE
CURSE OF THE MUMMY
CURSE OF THE MUMMY
A riveting one-of-a-kind Halloween party. Imaginary Media worked alongside the event design team of the groundbreaking production Sleep No More to craft evocative content and thrilling projection moments. Horror was never such a pleasure.
SEE MORE
PATAN MUSEUM
PATAN MUSEUM
Imaginary Media worked with the Patan Museum in Kathmandu, Nepal to craft the region's first multimedia installation as an innovative way for visitors to engage with centuries-old archival and artistic material.
SEE MORE