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" But Tavia Nyong'o, a professor of performance studies at New York University, says the project raises a lot of red flags, in particular about privacy."That would seem to be what drove people's outrage," Nyong'o says.And Verhoeven says few have taken the time to examine the effect the app may be having on their ability to connect with other people in public spaces.

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Hebel am Ufer (HAU), a state-funded theater which sponsored Verhoeven's project, later held two town hall-style meetings to discuss the merits and failings of the project. An American in his 20s who went over to Verhoeven's cube shortly after it opened became particularly irate when he saw his chat messages and photos being read by the assembled crowd.

He has threatened legal action against the artist and HAU, accusing both of entrapment.

"Not that they were unfamiliar with the possibility that people would use Grindr for an art project, but that they would use it without their knowledge or consent." Other Internet art projects Shaka Mc Glotten, a professor at the State University of New York who researches the interaction between art, technology and sexuality, says many artists are using the Internet and apps such as Grindr in their work.

But Mc Glotten stresses the need for an ethical and transparent approach when deploying these tools.

" Verhoeven says he wanted to address the superficiality he sees in online dating platforms.

"When you're constantly under the influence of people who are judging you, is it still possible to show intimacy and to show vulnerability? We instead go along with this illusion of privacy that we think we have." For his part, Nyong'o of NYU feels that app developers and users are still trying to find the right balance in terms of privacy.

"I'm working with a woman who has a done a similar project called 'Watch me Work','" Mc Glotten says. The similarity is the people with whom she is interacting don't know that their exchanges are being projected onto a screen, or that they are part of an art project.

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