We Feel Fine

We Feel Fine
Alex Morrison
  • 2 august 2007

If the world were a swirling vortex of conflicting emotions, We Feel Fine would be its pictorial representation. An “artwork authored by everyone”, the website is a shifting database of emotional registers built off the blogosphere’s daily lexicon of phrases, ranging anywhere from the ‘I feel fines’ to the heaviest heartbreaks imaginable. Constantly compiled from the diverse corners of the internet, the site is structured around six formal sections – Madness, Murmurs, Montage, Mobs, Metrics and Mounds – each of which offers a different visual representation of the general sentiments occurring around the world at any given moment. Their mission statement reads:

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