A4 office paper, inkjet printer ink, binding combs, steel rods & eyelets
30 x 180 x 20 cm (variable)
David Riley’s, Twitter User Names: Coded and Transcribed, presents a coded version of an already coded identity; a compelling exploration for our contemporary society. This work raises questions of communication and identity between two eras, our current era and the war-time era. Interestingly this comparison of identity in these two eras was the basis of a government study on identity, Future Identities Changing Identities in the UK: the next 10 years which happened concurrent to but independent of This ‘Me’ of Mine.
Read our interview: I Am a Black Box
Read the Art Pie essay: Message in the Code
View David’s Bar EP Blues (kinetatic)
See the virtual Twitter stream, which is the actual and original concept of the piece. You can follow David and contribute to the piece here too.