Four works from the show are seen here, opening with "52 E. 7th St," by MFA design and technology students Albert Dang, Christopher Dye, Hee Jung, and Kanyang Li. This multimedia installation, which features a live webcam feed, is an "exploration of the voyeuristic tendencies that people have in public and private spaces." 2) BFA illustration student Cat Lauigan's mixed-media work presents "a variety of Sims characters and a visual depiction of their personal backgrounds." 3) "Simasticus," by MFA design and technology students Chris Hennelly, Marcus von Pingel and Charles Earl Love Yust, "applies Sims gameplay to the real world, where the public plays the role of Sims characters, provoking interactions via an interface in the museum gallery to control devices that project onto public areas from elevated locations in nearby buildings." 4) BFA illustration student Zack Zezima "is creating a freestanding three-dimensional monster/skeleton as a new character for The Sims." See Parsons.edu/dt and ChelseaArtMuseum.org for more.