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Projection bombing

From the great state of Maine: LePage takes down mural of Maine Labor history, based on an anonymous letter, and conceals it somewhere in Augusta (the state capitol). Guerilla artists BrokeFix respond by projecting it onto Blaine House, the governor's residence. It's all about projecction!

I'm calling it [#8] ("Banners, posters, and displayed communications") but it's so original and dynamic that it almost defies the categories....

NOTE Via HuffPo. If anybody knows how to contact BrokeFix, I'd love to do a live blog with them.....

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Submitted by Eureka Springs on

this is very effective and a lot of fun.. we (a few activist fellow photography students) used to do it in San Fran... would overhear people talk about for months following.

Submitted by lambert on

If anybody wants to post a "How To" or even organize one....

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Submitted by Eureka Springs on

We used old fashioned slides and projectors way back in the 1980's and early 90's of that other century. The Tienaman massacre protests were enormous in SF... one of our best political shows were a bunch of slides from that event. Anyway, would love to get these folks in for a chat just to ask about the software and hard equipment needed to do it affordably now.

I'm such a luddite.

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Submitted by coyotecreek on

More of it, please.

BTW, what's all that white stuff on the ground?