By Paula Bernstein
Every tweet may contain a story. But in 140 characters or less, tweets can only hint at drama, romance, tragedy, and intrigue.Artists Nate Larson and Marni Shindelman take the story one step further into the real world, adding a visual component to.tweets in their "Geolocation" project.
"Using publicly available GPS metadata in Twitter posts, the duo track the location of tweets and take photographs, creating a real-world context for the virtual information. They then pair the photograph with the tweet, often to powerful effect."