Print experiment: “reality is analog”, part VII–posters in public space

For the final part of the experiment the posters were hanged in (semi-)public space. Next to posters promoting various events, the advertisement-free letterpress prints aimed at raising awareness for the topic and reflecting the viewers perception.

Additionally, putting them in the real world was the analog equivalent to a digital posting on social media. However as the poster walls in public space aren’t capable of tracking likes, the only measure for public perception was if the posters disappeared. Though again, only the disappearance of the posters can’t tell specifically the viewers opinion, my hope was that people would take the posters to hang them in there homes.

At least I could observe that most of the posters were gone after a while – either they went to trash or they found a new home on another wall.