The Beautiful Interfaces: The Privacy Paradox Lets Viewers See Art Offline

By: Misel Saban - Mar 1, 2016
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The Beautiful Interfaces: The Privacy Paradox is a wireless art show that is offered to consumers entirely offline, allowing people from all over the world to view different exhibits without having to attend in person. The shows are displayed through private networks located inside the art gallery REVERSED that showcase the work of several artists on smartphone, tablets or laptops without an active connection needed.

The offline wireless art project is a paradox in a sense, allowing consumers to view art digitally without having to be actively connected. The project explores thoughts on online privacy as well as notions of surveillance both in the artists' work and the offline medium through which it is viewed. Consumers are asked to question how their online and browsing behaviors are reflected in the way they interact with content.