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180,000 men & women join our Armed Forces annually. 60% of their time in service is spent in a sleeping bag. Tragically, tonight in America, 37,828 combat Veterans will once again rest their head on a sleeping bag, on the streets of our neighborhoods and cities.
Veterans Community Project (VCP) constructs tiny-home villages to shelter, protect,
and provide mental health services to disenfranchised Veterans.
To raise money & bring awareness to this initiative, we built an immersive installation
that repurposed the sleeping bags of combat Veterans into bricks.
All 32 bricks formed together to construct the walls of The Battle Home.
Each wall held 6 QR codes, which linked out to a total of 12 unique stories.
People viewing the installation were guided to scan the bricks, immersing themselves in cinematic adaptations of true stories from Veterans who lived at VCP after service.
6 projectors were mounted in the interior soffits of The Battle Home.
Each projector casted out 6,300 chevrons.
Each of the total 37,828 chevrons represented a Veteran in need.
The Battle Home is currently traveling to cities across the country to raise money,
educate, & promote the creation of future Veteran communities.
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