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  • Ayano Kakoki

    This is one of the pictures in the collection, "Contradictions" by Filippo Minetti. Minetti labels areas of underdeveloped countries with the names of some of the biggest social networking sites online. It makes you think about the places which aren't connected by the world-wide-web. Does the internet connect as many people around the world as we think?

  • JennJ

    “Flickr” (2007); Phnom Penh, Cambodia, by Italian artist Filippo Minelli

  • Center for Southeast Asian Studies

    Italian artist Filippo Minelli's "Flickr", part of his "Contradictions" project, the aim of which is "to point out the gap between the reality we still live in and the ephemeral world of technologies." See/read more: http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/04/16/out-of-network-the-art-of-filippo-minelli/

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    Filippo Minelli Contradiction

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