A sensual “playtime” of art down by the water.

Volume was commissioned to develop an exhibition identity for acclaimed artist and filmmaker Isaac Julien’s video installations at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture. Julien’s visually stunning, multi-perspective installations chronicle compelling stories of financiers, migrant laborers, art world players, and domestic workers that resonate with poignant commentary about prosperity and inequality arising from the innovations of the high-tech sector. The identity hints at both the screen-based nature of the installation and the issues of economic disparity in the films themselves.