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The Museum of Me by Intel
In previous ages it was the written diary, in the digital age we map our lives through photography and Intel have specially designed a Museum for this 


We’re used to the idea that we live in the Age of the Curator, selecting and filtering our digital lives, professionally and culturally but Intel have taken this a step further with their new app, The Museum of Me. It takes your Facebook photos and resituates them in an exhibition setting, with interactives to make you swoon. ‘This exhibition resembles a journey through life that asks who I am,” the ‘curator’ writes in the wall of the exhibition space. Is this Art imitating Life? Or Life imitating Art? Whichever, it is another example of advertising tapping into photography as the tool for self-exploration, for self-mapping.

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