Watch a TEDTalk entitled “One Year of Turning the World Inside Out”, in which Prolific French photographer/street artist JR, who made our Top Ten Public Works of 2011 post, details a year’s worth of results from his TED-sponsored Inside Out Project. The Project enables large-scale printing and shipping of photographs from participants all over the world. The prints are then applied toward public art projects of social, cultural, and aesthetic importance.
Make sure to visit the Project’s website, where you can find extensive coverage of the work so far, and info for those who’d like to get involved. Video after the jump.
Friday, March 30, 2007 1:49AM-2:52PM - San Diego, CA
The Six Minute Project was started by a USC graduate by the name of Jacob Reed. Since May of 2006, people have participated in this project and it is something that everyone all over the world can be apart of. Its goal is to bring people together on a global level and make us see how similar and intertwined all of our lives really are. To participate in this project all you need is a camera and a timer. The idea is to take a picture of anything every six minutes for a twenty four hour period of your life. This little six minute project becomes a chunk of your life that you are sharing with the world.