The internet has opened up all sorts of creative possibilities for journalists – and artists. The following is just a selection of examples of both – but which is journalism, and which is art?
The gentrification of New York shown through a series of images:
A map of cannabis outlets:
The strangest Facebook Graph searches:
Two women travel every bus route in London:
Movies summed up in 9 frames:
Why a child cries:
10 portraits of bankers, by an anthropologist:
How to complain:
Your worst Valentine’s Day experiences:
Anecdotes about celebrities which aren’t really that interesting:
Significant contemporary issues and events. And Miley Cyrus twerking.
Photogenic students celebrate A level results:
Councillors point at problems:
Questions to which the answer is ‘no’:
When items in your house fit perfectly into spaces or other items:
A couple write about the fights that they’ve had.
Two single friends date each other for a month and write about it:
US surveillance activities illustrated by images of the president appearing to look at ‘your emails’.
Exploring privacy issues raised by Facebook by giving a selection of people ‘Facebook ID cards’
Exploring the issue of surveillance by putting you on a ‘list’
A Twitter bot based on a Government minister which illustrates her public policy position regarding monitoring communications by putting Twitter users on lists.
“How does it feel to be placed on a list?
“She chooses her targets based on keywords she finds in your public tweets. Imagine if she could read your email too…”
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