A visitor checks out Ji Lee's 'The Bubble Project' on the kiosk, above left. On the wall to her right are images of Jonah's Brucker-Cohen's project 'Crank the Web'. Thanks to Preston from Pixelproject for coding the interface for the kiosk. In the photo above right, visitors read the enrolment form for Christian Nerf's 'Polite Force' project. Other items visible are Laugh it Off's 'Black Labour - White Guilt' T-shirt (at the centre of a recent battle over copyright vs. freedom of speech) and a red T-shirt from the Anti Privatisation Forum (APF), an activist coalition in South Africa. Reproductions of Zimbabwean painter John Kotze's realist portrayals of a petrol queue, pothole and still-life are visible next to the visitors' heads.
Christian Nerf's modified US flag hangs behind the Sideshow sound-system
in the photograph below left. The
Shuttleworth Foundation's 'Ubuntu'
Open Source operating system free distribution CD appears next to a leaflet
sticker from environmental activists Earthlife
Africa, an absurdist
(or at least unwieldy) hand-cranked illuminated
piece of jewellery from Lo-rez, and a foot-cranked generator from the Freeplay
company, in the photo below right.