Heather Snyder Quinn & Adam DelMarcelle (Mariah/creators) with Stephen Coles and Silas Munro (exhibition/co-curators)


Mariah is an augmented reality app that narrates stories of historical injustice. A special version created for Letterform Archive's "Strikethrough: Typographic Messages of Protest" exhibition prompts visitors to San Francisco area sites of protest to learn about objects in the gallery and the history of other local movements. Viewers can download the iPhone app, then pick up a paper map at Letterform Archive or use the digital map.

This project is named for Mariah Lotti. She died of an overdose on July 11, 2011. Mariah was nineteen years old. Thank you to Rhonda Lotti for your on-going support of this work.

Artist, Co-creator Adam DelMarcelle

Artist, Co-creator Heather Snyder Quinn

Developer Flor Salatino

Reel Creation, Letterform Archive Elise Carlton

Strikethrough: Typographic Messages of Protest is co-curated by Stephen Coles/Letterform Archive and Silas Munro/Polymode Studios.

Developer: Flor Salatino

Typefaces: Equals by Tré Seals of Vocal Type and Polymode Sans by XYZ Type

Support: Washington University in St Louis, DePaul University, Wilson College