Pulse mass shooting in Orlando, FL, 2016The names of the 49 victims have been converted into QR codes, and assembled... Read More
Pulse mass shooting in Orlando, FL, 2016
The names of the 49 victims have been converted into QR codes, and assembled over the stars of the American Flag. Recommendations and excerpts from the Don't Name Them campaign, www.dontnamethem.org, and the No Notoriety media protocol, www.nonotoriety.com, have been converted into QR codes, and embedded in the flag's stripes. The resulting image is that of a flag that is eaten up by hate, madness, violence, and shame.
Limited printed editions are available on Aludibond (edition of five at 120 x 63 cm), Canvas (edition of five at 120 x 63 cm), Fine Art Paper, Hahnemüle 300g (edition of 20 at 120 x 63 cm, and of 30 at 95x50 cm). The displayed price refers to the edition of 20 prints.
It is strongly suggested that fine art paper prints be protected with anti-glare or anti-reflective glass in order to allow for easy reading of the QR codes within the piece.
Depending on your mobile phone you may need a dedicated app in order to successfully scan these QRs: Scandit, QR Code, QRbot, QR Reader are just some examples.