The connected cloud lamp that reacts in real time to the tweets from Donald Trump, and other political events on Twitter.
The Political Lamp seen in Parse/Error is a connected cloud, capable of reacting in real time to messages posted on Twitter, creating a thunderstorm every time a tweet is posted on one of the accounts it monitors. Each tweet is then materialized by a series of lightnings, rolling in the cloud and disturbing the soft light of the lamp.
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The choice of setting the Political Lamp to follow the tweets of Donald Trump is explained by the fact that he perfectly embodies a dangerous era. A world where the words of one man, released without reflection and with spontaneity on a global social network, can endanger the fate of millions by spreading the ghost of nuclear war on the planet.
As in the case of the Earthquake Lamp, the idea of the Political Lamp is to hide its true nature behind a beautiful object, which immediately modifies the observer’s behavior when its purpose is revealed, causing anxiety and fascination.
An alternative setting of the Political Lamp was also conceived, allowing this cloud lamp to react to the tweets of the current elected from the FN (right-wing populist and nationalist political party in France), symbolizing the current rise of intolerance.