Sunday, August 27, 2006

Andy Carvin tossed together a two-minute piece for Rocketboom on an art mob that assembled at Boston's Public Garden. At first I thought they were war protestors holding signs, but they were actually a group of amateur photographers who were standing in a circle holding out large photos they'd taken around the garden. Since they weren't able to get their work shown in a gallery, they decided to become a human gallery at the garden. Originally formed as a meetup group, they were asking garden visitors to upload their own photos to a virtual version of the gallery.

Boston Photography Center.


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