Displaying possessions of meaning

A study into the possessions we share with the world and those which we deem to be private. Has the increase of social networking meant we share more of our life, or just specific parts which show us in our best light? This also links back to the Russell Cotes museum and their wish to leave their life on show for all to behold, is facebook our version of this? What possessions of meaning don’t we share or display and why?

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    Janice Denegri Knott

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    This is an interesting concept… sacralisation/singularisation through new forms of display… worth discussing/exploring further I think.

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    Elen Clement

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    I like this! I thought of a similar thing considering why we take so many photographs these days, it is all interlinked to do with how you want yourself to be perceived etc.

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PROMOTIONAL CULTURES & COMMUNICATION CENTRE
PROMOTIONAL CULTURES & COMMUNICATION CENTRE
Faculty of Media & Communication, Bournemouth University