What did you mean, Andy?
The role of new technologies in fulfilling Warhol’s prophecy.
The role of pop culture in shaping the SMART revolution.
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Origins of a revolution
Ten 10 years ago, an overstimulating experience in the US paved the way to the rise of the SMART revolution.
It was 2010, Christmas time, the pop-culture section of the Museum of Modern Arts in Manhattan.
Suddenly, the vision of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe revealed the role of media literacy in tackling the major societal challenges of a consumerist society and its fetishes.
That was the beginning of the smart revolution.
Now it’s time for the revolution to go back home.
Smartphone videomaking since 2010
It was in the United States that the smart revolution began.
It is now time for the smart revolution to go home.
Episode 02 – pop and social media