Baltigram uses a large number of publicly shared geo-located Instagram photos to explore how people living in these areas represent themselves in relation to their architectural environments. Our analysis revealed that each type of urban morphology produces its own type of single or group “selfie.” In other words, people’s representations of themselves are not stable but change depending on where they live.
  • ClientIndependent work
  • DateAugust 2016
  • Outcomes
  • TeamDamiano Cerrone, Prof. Lev Manovich, Raul Kalvo, Dr. Daniel Giovannini
  • FundingSPIN Unit R&D fund
  • LicensingAttribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0
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