Graffiti Drone

Duncan Cameron MacLeod
May 6, 2014 8:17AM

Graffiti Drone / Techniques for Crafting the Remote Control Commune

2013

Drone Armed with Remote Spray Paint Can

Graffiti Drone is a spray paint can that is attached to a radio controlled domestic drone, designed to let thecontroller spray paint locations remotely.

Through the development of this project I am investigating how the “graffiti drone” could impact communal and private space through adding an element of telemetry and functional versatility to graffiti production.

exhibitions:

Kunsthall Stavanger, Stavanger: 23.01- 13.02Sogn og Fjordane Kunstmuseum, Førde: 1.03- 23.03.Kunstmuseet Kube, Ålesund: 5.04- 27.04.Haugesund Kunstforening, Haugesund: 9.05- 1.06.Kunsthuset Kabuso, Øystese: 8.11- 9.12.

press:Ulrikke Valvik Mitchell – Graffitidrone og grønn hagehjelp – Aftenbladet

Duncan Cameron MacLeod
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