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She does not look like a prisoner. But for 30 days that’s exactly what Norine is.

Her “cell” is a large storefront that sat unrented for months until the owner decided to let artists use it as a gallery so it wouldn’t look so empty.

As she literally X’s off the 30 days she is spending cut off from the world, Norine chronicles her experience through her blog.

On the other side of the glass, Elliott is filming a documentary on their collaboration. They are not anti-technology, Elliott says, just hoping to inspire more conversation about how everything from the internet to iPads are shaping people’s lives.

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via CNN

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