A project appropriately titled, "Photography in Abundance" fills a room with prints
Not long ago, Flickr passed the point where they had over 6 billion photos residing on their service. That's a lot. In fact it's more than a lot, but our brains have a hard time making that kind of information usable. In order to help put it into perspective, artist Erik Kessels made a print of every photo uploaded to Flickr on a specific day. The result is over a million images that make up huge piles in the Foam gallery. The project is called, "Photography in Abundance."