Paul Notzold’s TXTual Healing project relies on text messages projected onto walls to create user-generated art in a variety of different contexts. This video is from an event last Saturday at the Chelsea Museum of Art in New York, which combined the user-generated text projections with performances by four actors. The awesome Yeah Yeah Yeahs soundtrack makes it worth watching even if you hate art.
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If you get a text that begins, “I swear, I will make sure I give you HIV…” don’t fret right away, it could be a Nigerian love letter! It’s all about creativity when you show your love! That “HIV” text would end: “H is for Happiness and joy forever with an I: Incomparable love that will never V: Vanish until death do us part. I love you.” Unless you do actually have HIV, then the romance might be lost.
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