The Internet is Public Space

Daniel Bejar does the work of an unmalicious vandal. He generally uses public maps like the MTA’s subway maps and Google Earth to talk about colonialism. He intervenes in spaces that people travel through to explore unresolved histories, pose critical questions, and affect social change. Check out Daniel’s profile.

  • How has the internet expanded our understanding of what is public?
  • How has it created new platforms for public art?
  • Is sharing inherent in the definition of public space?

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