Back in December, James Bridle accompanied the premiere of Jeremy Scahill’s investigative documentary Dirty Wars, hence extending his own investigative approach of discovery and distribution of displays of drone attacks as @dronestagram on twitter and via tumblr, and taking it to the streets as street art.
January 26 2014: between two and nine people killed by a drone strike on al Shabaab forces some 200km… http://t.co/Qja9e0LPmf
— dronestagram (@dronestagram) January 27, 2014
To help with distribution, Bridle offered a handbook at screenings of the aforementioned film so people can capture drone shadows and mount their outlines wherever they see fit.
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