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Art Project of the Day: Artist Clement Valla solicited 500...

4 years agoHumor : The Daily What

Art Project of the Day: Artist Clement Valla solicited 500 individuals through Amazon Mechanical Turk for a project called “A Sequence of Lines Consecutively Traced by Five Hundred Individuals,” which involves five hundred individuals tracing over a line drawn by the previous participant. The completed piece (i.e., all 500 traced lines in a single frame) can be viewed here.
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