David Byrne made a bunch of fake screenshots for iPhone apps that don't exist. They'll be in an exhibit called "Social Media," at The Pace Gallery (510 West 25th Street) from September 16 - October 15.
Show description: "The exhibition focuses on contemporary artists exploring public platforms for communication and social networks through an aesthetic and conceptual lens. In an era of increasingly omnipresent new technologies, Social Media examines the impact of these systems as they transform human expression, interaction, and perception."
In addition to David Byrne's work, Social Media will feature work by Christopher Baker, Aram Bartholl, Jonathan Harris, Robert Heinecken, Miranda July and Harrell Fletcher, Sep Kamvar and Penelope Umbrico.
See more of David Byrne's fake apps after the jump.
- David Byrne’s snapshots of UK police posters.
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- David Byrne and Brian Eno’s kick ass new album in a million downloadable and physical formats
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- Interview with David Byrne
- David Byrne sues FL gov over unauthorized use of “Road to Nowhere” in senate campaign ad
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- David Byrne: The Venue Makes the Music / Creation in Reverse (TED video)
- David Byrne: Kindle DRM means “you are f*cked”
- David Byrne hearts PowerPoint
- David Byrne: I was BoingBoing-blocked at Denver airport.
- An Excerpt from Bicycle Diaries – Boing Boing
- David Byrne sounds off on “cultural censorship”
- David Byrne on the nature of collaboration
- David Byrne: boycott DRM
- David Byrne launches internet radio station
- BBtv — David Byrne: Playing the Building
- David Byrne booking the stage at Bonnaroo music festival in Tennessee
- David Byrne on Jesus Camps: like Madrassas, with less literacy
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and Brian Enoto tour with “electric gospel” album
- David Byrne gets RIAA warning
- David Byrne’s live show: the highlight of the year
- Here Lies Love: New David Byrne project
- David Byrne’s guide to being a musician in the 21st century
- David Byrne on what phonograms mean and will mean
- David Byrne considers IKEA as a video game