David Byrne's Fake iPhone Apps Are For A Social Media Exhibit
Aug 18, 2011 11:43
David Byrne has created a few fakie iPhone apps for a social media art exhibit. Too bad they aren't real.
See Byrne's work alongside stuff from Christopher Baker, Aram Bartholl, Jonathan Harris, Robert Heinecken, Miranda July and Harrell Fletcher, Sep Kamvar and Penelope Umbrico, check out The Pace Gallery between September 16th and October 15th in New York. [The Pace Gallery via BoingBoing]
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