Jongsma + O'Neill make immersive video installations for museums, galleries and public spaces, and have been shown by world-renowned institutions all over the world, including the Roy and Edna Disney Cal Arts Theater (REDCAT), The Peabody Essex Museum, The Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam (SMBA/BijlmAIR), and the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
At IDFA 2012, Jongsma + O'Neill presented the first large-scale installation of Empire, including the premiere of the epic three-channel video piece Empire: Migrants. Watch the video profile above to learn more.
At the 2013 New York Film Festival, Empire took over the Lincoln Center campus with video installations in the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center, Walter Reade Theater Lounge, and Alice Tully Hall. Audience members were provided with newspaper maps and invited to go on the hunt for Jongsma + O'Neill's work.
To celebrate the 2016 premiere of The Ark at Tribeca Storyscapes, Jongsma + O'Neill created a life-sized replica of a rhinoceros transport crate. Inside the crate, viewers were invited to put on their virtual reality headsets, and stand face-to-face with the last northern white rhinos on earth.
Jongsma + O'Neill speak frequently about the future of media at events like SXSW, MIT Hacking Arts Festival and Magnum’s Photography Expanded Symposium.
At the Magnum Foundation's 2015 Photography Expanded Symposium, Jongsma + O'Neill shared the first footage from The Ark and explored filmmaking in the age of 360° capture. Watch the case study here.
Jongsma + O'Neill have shared live-screenings of their interactive work at venues including REDCAT, the Peabody Essex Museum and Lincoln Center.
Jongsma + O'Neill serve as mentors at a variety of film festivals, development labs and hackathons. For more information, contact keloneill [at] jongsmaoneill.com