Saturday, April 16, 2005
Yep, that's artist Nick Rodrigues with his own cell phone booth. He calls it performance sculpture and while it evokes plenty of headturning, I wonder how long until public places start offering small booths so people may speak on their cell phones and not bother everyone else. Checkout his interview here.
There's nothing wrong with talking on your cell phone in a restaurant, etc., but when done loudly enough or in a confined area, it gets plenty annoying. It was about 10 years ago when cell phones weren't as present as they are now and places where you never thought of making a call, like an elevator, still pertain even with cell phones and their reception capabilities.
Posted by B and T Crowd at 9:58:00 PM