Art or Invasion Of Privacy?

What is art?  A plastic bag blowing in the wind? A painting that looks like someone sneezed paint all over it?

A New York artist has turned strangers cell phone photos and text messages into a book.

Kyle M.F. Williams  bought 44 RAZR phones on eBay that apparently came from a repair center in Sugar Land.

He intended to make a sculpture with the phones and when that didn’t work he turned them on and browsed through them and found nude photos, sexually-charged texts and even pictures of drugs.

“This is just a little documentation,” Williams said. “Nothing in the book is censored or blurred. The numbers are there, the names are there.

The book is called “Razrs” being sold on Amazon.com

 

 

 

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