Community Built Display

A large format, modular, multi-screen display served through the internet. Ideally constructed using laptops on hand. Is light and flexible, and can be deployed in public settings (such as Starbucks) where laptop users congregate. Secondarily, it serves a social documentary function–a sticky device–it records and displays an archive/trace of what people have shown on the device before. Post-consumer bricolage. As more people join the display, the image will redistribute across the active screens, possibly forcing a reorganization of laptops in physical space.

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