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‘Living by Protocol’ meditates on the impact of social media and its future

Berkman affiliates preview ‘Living by Protocol,’ the exhibition by metaLAB that runs through July 3 at Harvard Art Museums

“How does this influence what you say, and to whom you say it? How does it change how you interpret others’ comments, knowing they are bound by the same restriction? And what exactly does being part of a social network like this mean?

These questions and many more are explored in “Living by Protocol,” a group art exhibition organized by metaLAB (at) Harvard & FU Berlin, which is led by Professor Jeffrey Schnapp, and is a project of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School. The exhibition was organized by metaLAB principals Kim Albrecht and Sarah Newman, and reflects on the many ways social media influences our lives, relationships, and the world around us, for good and for bad.”

Read more at Harvard Law Today

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Explores the digital arts and humanities through research, teaching, publications, and exhibitions