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The screen show a famous poem by Goethe.
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The screen show a famous poem by Goethe, Schiller, Bokuwsky, Bernstein, ...
  
Use your device to grab 1 line and change it in real time, so everybody can see. Destroy, edit, improve, alter the poem collaboratively. Or turn it into a message board. After one minute, the next poem appears. It may be an original poem or one that has already been altered previously.
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Use your device to grab 1 line and change it in real time, so everybody can see. Destroy, edit, improve, alter the poem collaboratively. Or turn it into a message board. One line each. After one minute, the next poem appears. It may be an original poem or one that has already been altered previously. The more player, the more lines!
  
 
This installation explores semi-anonymous interaction and the tension between respect for art, trolling, creativity and collaborative writing for fun and expression as well as the evolution of texts.
 
This installation explores semi-anonymous interaction and the tension between respect for art, trolling, creativity and collaborative writing for fun and expression as well as the evolution of texts.

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Description Interactive installation about changing poems on the spot
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Tags interaction, art, collaboration, play
Located at assembly Assembly:Social Fiction Society
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The screen show a famous poem by Goethe, Schiller, Bokuwsky, Bernstein, ...

Use your device to grab 1 line and change it in real time, so everybody can see. Destroy, edit, improve, alter the poem collaboratively. Or turn it into a message board. One line each. After one minute, the next poem appears. It may be an original poem or one that has already been altered previously. The more player, the more lines!

This installation explores semi-anonymous interaction and the tension between respect for art, trolling, creativity and collaborative writing for fun and expression as well as the evolution of texts.