The File Room is an illustrated archive of cases of cultural censorship on the WWW, conceived by artist Antonio Muntadas and developed by a large group of artists, researchers and technologists. It was presented as a public interactive installation at the Chicago Cultural Center (May - Sept., 1994).
I served as Production Coordinator for the File Room project - I designed and implemented the archive in early 1994 and customized it for the public art installation site, which was visited by approximately 80,000 people in a period of 4 months. The File Room is considered one of the pioneering art works on the web, it has been widely featured in the press and has won numerous international awards. It continues to exist as a WWW project, now housed and maintained by the National Coalition Against Censorship.