A public display of group opinion

Collage, 23X17 cm, pieces of newspaper, glued on newspaper 2013.                                       Article: A lesson for politicians

Photograph: Ditte Lysgaard Holm

Newspaper: Jyllands posten, Denmark.

A public display of group opinion


Is possible to detect and identify individuals in a crowd?

The photograph is found in a Danish newspaper and pictures a demonstration, protesting for teachers right.

Each participant appearing on the photograph are covered by one paper dot cut out of newspaper. The dot matches the color of the clothing worn by each participant and the dot manifest the colors that  coordinated the groups. The clusters of color gathers as the group moves within the area of demonstrations. The banners are all covered in white.

Together with the white non verbal banners they are vibrating with a glow creating a surface similar to the method and expression that the Neo-impressionists used - in the disciplined networks of dots they showed their desire to instill a sense of organization and performance.

-Wikipedia-The Neo-Impressionist surface seems to vibrate with a glow that radiates from the minuscule dots that are packed together to create a specific hue.

-Impressionism. Art History 101 Basics



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10000 Happy Santas

Collage, photograph from a newspaper combined with dots glued on newspaper, 2013.                                                                                                                                   


Is possible to detect and identify individuals in a crowd?

The photograph is found in a Danish newspaper and pictures 10000 happy santas that gathers in Madrid, December 2015 for the yearly christmas marathon. Each participant appearing on the photograph are covered by one paper dot cut out of newspaper. The dot matches the color of the clothing worn by each participant and the dot manifest the colors that  coordinated the groups. The clusters of color gathers as the group moves within the area of demonstrations. The banners are all covered in white.

Together with the white non verbal banners they are vibrating with a glow creating a surface similar to the method and expression that the Neo-impressionists used - in the disciplined networks of dots they showed their desire to instill a sense of organization and performance.

-Wikipedia-The Neo-Impressionist surface seems to vibrate with a glow that radiates from the minuscule dots that are packed together to create a specific hue.

-Impressionism. Art History 101 Basics