Graffiti Analysis

Graffiti Analysis 2.0 is a project created by Evan Roth in which the motion data of a graffiti tag is recorded, analyzed and archived in a free and open database. For Graffiti Analysis MFF2010, local artists, illustrators, graffiti artists and the general public was invited to record and submit their gestural creations, a selection of which was displayed throughout the Media Facades Festival 2010. All tags created in Graffiti Analysis were saved as Graffiti Markup Language (GML) files, a new digital standard used by other graffiti applications Roth has helped develop, including Laser Tag and EyeWriter.

Graffiti Analysis was shown at the Bio Rex wall from August 27 to September 5 at the Media Facades Helsinki 2010 Festival.

Programme development by Chris Sugrue
Database development by Jamie Wilkinson