The Met's latest exhibit puts oversharing on a pedestal
Engadget ------ The rules are simple: For five months, twelve pairs of artists participating in The Metropolitan Museum's Talking Pictures: Camera-Phone Conversations Between Artists exhibit had to use their phones to take and share photos or videos with each other. Texts or captions were not allowed. A dozen artists were picked to participate, and asked to invite one fellow artist to be their conversation partner. The project was designed to explore what would happen when, thanks to the instant nature of smartphone photography, artists can create and share their works with "unprecedented intimacy." The exhibit, made possible by Adobe, is open until December 17, 2018 and features multi-format presentations of the dozen resulting conversations. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.