The 10-by-20-foot work is called “Splitting the Crowd,” and it is the centerpiece of “Far Away Up Close,” a solo exhibition of Campbell’s mesmerizing video-based art that opened last weekend. The imagery in “Splitting the Crowd” is not a duplicate, because the Salesforce piece will use live pictures captured around the city each day for broadcast that same night, hence its name “Day for Night.” By contrast, “Splitting the Crowd” uses video that Campbell shot at the Women’s March in Washington in January.
Everyone knows people buy from people they like and trust. You can also build most ‘sales trust’ from actually being with someone face to face in real life. It’s probably fair to say an advert has least trust (why else do companies spend so much on branding?) surely a podcast moves your trust levels for readers higher than blog posts? Does this result in more return readers andor more sales? Do more people click your links because they like you and are happy to do something that makes you money and means you’ll make more content because of your podcast?