Classic Films for the Internet Age

In a world where the eyes on the back of your head are probably a camera, one artist re-imagines iconic movies for the internet age.

Came across this fantastic work by artist Angie Waller, whose work “investigates collective longings that endure society’s technological advances.” The image below, from her series Movies from the Internet Surveillance Age perfect encapsulates the push-pull between our advancement and our fear, but still maintains a sense of humor—a spirit she captures in each of the pieces. Check out the entire series (and more of her work on her site)

 

The Conversation (Internet of Things)Parody movie poster for “The Conversation”Synopsis: Harry Caul is an invader of privacy. The best in the business. He can record any conversation between a Smart TV, a Fitbit and a Hello Barbie anywhere. So far, three people are dead because of him.

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