5 thoughts on “#captureParklandia: A Dive into Social Media & Place-Based Digital Engagement”

  1. This project tickles the 19th century French art historian in me, since the Tuileries have for so long been SUCH a site of looking and being looked at that a social media photo project seems like a natural fit.

    I like looking through the Instagram feed and feeling like I have a sense of the reaction to the show, even if I can’t see the show itself.

    (I’ve also posted a comment with some additional thoughts here: http://www.artsjournal.com/realcleararts/2014/07/parklandia-stretching-striving-to-what-end.html#comment-248789).

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