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We Live In Public
2009
 
Ondi Timoner's documentary chronicles a decade in the life of Internet pioneer Josh Harris, who instigated an "artificial society" experiment in which more than 100 artists lived under 24-hour surveillance in an underground compound in New York City. After FEMA broke up the project, Harris turned the cameras on himself and his girlfriend. Timoner's provocative film (winner of the Grand Jury Prize: Documentary at Sundance) includes clips from Harris's projects as well as her own original footage.
Synopsis compliments of Netflix
Biography, Documentary, Indie
 
As mentioned in the film, parts of Josh Harris's projects remind me of Andy Warhol's "Factory". This fascinating documentary not only explores the advent of the social Internet, but also addresses the influence on real people and their privacy/sanity
 
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