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Graffiti Moves Into DIY Audio Electronics [Video]

What do the changes in graffiti say about us culturally?

Lisa Baldini
Lisa Baldini on April 4, 2011.

From Basquiat, to Bansky, and now GRL, graffiti has a way of forecasting where culture is going — as much as it comments on the social issues of today. This becomes clearer when we think about the move from graffiti into the art world, its new focus in public art with the rise of the blogosphere (and its documentation capabilities) and finally its application with more ephemeral and portable technologies.

This current project by TECH|DISOBEY|LAB shows the potential for recycled electronics, clean energy, and sound to enter further into the dialogue of Street Art. Watch a demo of this innovative project below.

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TECH|DISOBEY|LAB

[via Make Magazine]

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Lisa Baldini is a regular contributor to PSFK.com. As a student of Graham Harwood, Luciana Parisi, and Matthew Fuller, Lisa's interest in technology lies in how culture is changed from the bottom up through history, materiality, databases, user experience, and affective computing. A student of social media marketing, she sees how people try to engage consumers through technology and how much failure is at hand by misunderstanding the medium. A teacher at heart, she writes and curates in an effort to link the knowledge derived between the academic, art, and business worlds.

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