Today's Daily Dirty Diary

ARTIST PAOLO CIRIO’S ‘STREET GHOSTS’ PROJECT DRAWS ATTENTION TO GOOGLE USER PRIVACY ISSUES

Paolo Cirio creates real-life replicas of people captured by Google’s Street View cars, then pastes them into the locations they were photographed. The Italian artist blows up, then prints out the Google images, then visits the precise spot they were captured by the Street View car. Using wheat paste, he glues their life-sized likenesses to where they appear on Google Maps, creating an ephemeral feedback loop between the on- and offline world.

Right now, the ghosts have only been found in New York, London and Berlin.






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