social media art
Artist Kristian von Hornsleth has bought and sold homeless people to various buyers. He’s then fitted them with tracking devices so the buyers and the public can follow them.
Time2Reflect uses unorthodox catalog and play-doh composites to critique our obsession with social media.
Martin Roth linked grow lights to the tweets of policy and opinion makers. The more retweets these people and organizations gain, the stronger the lights that nurture the plants.
Kevin Niggeler is a Milan-based artist bringing colorful vibrancy to the news.
"MONOLITT" uses a city's social media "sentiment analytics" to literally paint a portrait of the locale's current mood.
The first 140 characters from James Franco, Takashi Murakami, David Lynch, and more.
Ted Sterchi, a London-based web developer and the guy behind Grindr Illustrated, started painting some of the inanimate faces he saw on Grindr in an attempt to soften the otherwise hard, sexually aggressive profile pictures he was confronted with every...