Community Metrics is a interactive installation that uses the language of social software to get people to ‘rate’ photographs of people.
The installation was located in Nottingham at the Broadway Media Centre as part of the Radiator Festival where 14159 votes were cast by memebrs of the public over the 2 month period. The kiosk allowed people to press large ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ buttons in response to a series of panning portraits and on-screen questions. The buttons allow people to ‘rate’ each others, and if they choose, to have their own portrait taken. People could come along to the Broadway in Nottingham and have your say about who will be deported by popular vote!