Twitter User Names: Coded and Transcribed by David Riley

Twitter user names: coded and transcribed (c)2013 David RileyTwitter User Names: Coded and Transcribed

2013

David Riley

A4 office paper, inkjet printer ink, binding combs, steel rods & eyelets

30 x 180 x 20 cm (variable)

£800

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)

Read Future Identities Changing Identities: the next 10 years

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.

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