The Hello Wall: Twitter Controlled Public Art

The Hello Wall: Twitter Controlled Public Art

Wasted Spaces offers a public art installation that moves beyond the physical domain to the virtual one.

Lisa Baldini
  • 16 march 2010

We recently documented London’s Wasted Spaces, a group dedicated to turning abandoned and dilapidated properties into public displays of emerging arts. Their latest project moves public art it into the social arena with a Twitter based service.

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