Students collect and crop 20 images from Flickr (under the commons license). They then print and post all images on the image wall. Each student selects any 16 images from the wall that resonate as a set. Then they assemble the images into a square composition, and apply a word to activate and guide the viewer's reading of the content of the images. Finally they produce a printed mounted version and a digital version, which they upload to the Flickr account for the project.
This project was featured in:
Participate: Designing with User-Generated Content
By Helen Armstrong and Zvezdana Stojmirovic. Princeton Architectural Press.