Posts Tagged: augmented browsing
Unlike Us! #1 Session 2 – Oliver Leistert and Marc Stumpel
In the second session of the Unlike US! meeting, Oliver Leistert and Marc Stumpel addressed the entity that is rapidly becoming synonymous with the term social media: Facebook. As the giant among other platforms like Twitter, Youtube and such, Facebook seems to singlehandedly dictate the list of issues raised by the Unlike Us! network in [...]
Artists play a crucial role in visualizing power relationships and...
Museums and artists take a stand against the dominance of social media
Artists play a crucial role in visualizing power relationships and disrupting subliminal daily routines of social media usage. They are often first to deconstruct the familiar and to facilitate an alternative lens to understand and critique these media. As a matter of fact, Thierry Geoffroy / Colonel, is one of the artists who pressingly calls [...]