Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Students in Twomey’s class critique a wooden sculpture of a woman with a camera implanted in her backside. Made by student Jon Paden, the camera live-streams to a nearby iPad, which is part of the experience. He said he put the camera there to tap into people’s natural curiosity and to get a laugh. “It’s a way to take something beautiful and turn it into a bad fart joke,” Paden said.
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