“Find Your Strength” – Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital

BPI worked with Spaulding’s Adaptive Sports Program, which is one of the most comprehensive in the nation, to capture individuals’ adaptive physical recovery.

In collaboration with Forge Worldwide, BPI produced several inspirational, multiscreen film installations for the patients and employees of the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital located in the Charlestown Navy Yard. The films follow the patients’ journeys through the program and how the staff works and motivates each person to achieve the goal of participating in a sport through adaptation. 

Stories of motivation include: a rower, paralyzed from the waist down, sculling the Charles River; a paraplegic cyclist using his hands to propel the bike; a drowning victim learning to dance ballet; a former college football player learning to use his prosthesis to throw a football once again, and a victim of the Boston Marathon Bombing who relearned skiing on a prosthetic leg.

 

 

Client: Forge Worldwide, Spaulding Rehabilitation Center, Charleston, MA
Partners: Forge Worldwide
Category: Corporate, Sports
Services: AV Design, Film & Video

What We Did:

  • Multiscreen Films

Rows of architecturally integrated LCD displays on each floor serve to direct patients, while also providing an engaging storytelling platform to feature the hospital’s history, inspiring patient stories, and patient artwork.

-Materials & Methods

Long multiscreen display of woman rowing in the Spaulding lobby
Spaulding Lobby Image Bank
Two-screen display of abstract art, guiding the visitor to the location where the art is displayed
Digital Art Sharing
Long multiscreen display of woman practicing aquatherapy
Comprehensive Rehabilitation
Two-screen show in the hallway over a couple of chairs, showing a man recovering
Muji Karim's Rehab Testimony