Overview participating exhibitions
With their collaborative projects, Nate Larson and Marni Shindelman examine the data that we generate on online communication networks. For GEOLOCATION, Larson and Shindelman used publicly accessible GPS information in Twitter messages in order to track the physical location of the tweet. Each photograph was taken in the exact same spot where the message was sent into the world, quoting the text of the message. The photographs anchor and commemorate the fleeting online data in the real world. At the same time, they also question the expected privacy of these online networks.
Nate Larson (United States, 1978) & Marni Shindelman (United States, 1977) have collaborated since 2007. Their work has been shown in numerous solo and group exhibitions in North America as well as in Australia, South Korea, Singapore and Great Britain. A first collection of images from GEOLOCATION was published in book form in 2011.