Conor McGarrigle is an Irish artist and researcher working at the intersection of digital networks and real space. His work is concerned with the integration of location-aware technologies into the everyday and the spatial implications of ubiquitous data collection regimes.

His work 24h Social shows 86,400 Vines in a 24 hour period, one for every second of the day, or a fifth of the total daily output. Each video is algorithmically synced to play at the time of its original creation and once played remains on-screen to be over-layered by subsequent videos building up a rich, multi-layered and kinetic screen reflecting the complexity and always-on nature of Vine’s torrent of video data.