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Professor at New York University has Camera Installed in His Head

 |  |  |  |  December 4, 2010


When it comes to art, I am a bit of a purist. I like Italian artists from back in the renaissance days. There is some modern art that I think is pretty cool, but here are some things that folks try and call art that is really questionable. I mean a pic of your house from the back of your head is not art.

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A professor of photography at New York University had a camera installed on the back of his head at a piecing shop. The camera will take a photo every minute and then send those photos to an exhibit at the Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art. The photos are for an exhibit the professor called “The 3rd I.”

The guy is an active teacher and according to report, he has to cap the camera when on school grounds to protect the privacy of students. I guess the privacy of all the other folks that will end up pictured in his exhibit doesn’t matter. I’m betting he caps the camera when he drops a deuce too; no one wants to see that.

[Via CNN]



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