This Tiny Italian Village Was Transformed Into A Real World Internet

This Tiny Italian Village Was Transformed Into A Real World Internet

Street art project points out the absurdity of today's digital dependence

Lauren Kirkwood
  • 9 may 2016

Italian street artist Biancoshock has brought the internet into real life for a project called Web 0.0.

It illustrates the divide between past and present to make a statement about the modern reliance on technology through the lens of Civitacampomarano, Italy, a tiny town with just 400 inhabitants and little access to the internet or cell phone reception.

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