While historians have long debated how many Germans actually read Mein Kampf during the Third Reich, today a different question has arisen: will anyone in Germany read it once it can be legally published there in early 2016? And what might be the impact on a digital generation for whom the Führer is a distant memory or internet meme?
Whittier, Alaska, is a sleepy town on the west side of Prince William Sound, tucked between picturesque mountains. But if you’re picturing a small huddle of houses, think again.
Instead, on the edge of town, there stands a 14-story building called Begich Towers — a former Army barracks, resembling an aging hotel, where most of the town’s 200 residents live.
This work regrams the same image 90 times until it becomes noise. The 90 images are compiled into a video running at 6 frames per second, fitting the 15-second time limit of Instagram. Finally, the video is uploaded where it auto-plays in the Instagram stream, decaying in front of people’s eyes.