I went all the way to Foam in Amsterdam for this:
"Erik Kessels (KesselsKramer, Amsterdam) | Photography in
"Through the digitalisation of photography and the rise of sites such as Flickr and Facebook, everyone now takes photos, and distributes and shares them with the world - the result is countless photos at our disposal. Kessels visualises 'drowning in pictures of the experiences of others', by printing all the images that were posted on Flickr during a 24-hour period and dumping them in the exhibition space. The end result is an overwhelming presentation of a million prints."
And those mounds are fake: there are built mounds underneath them, and the photos are stuck to them, a thin layer that is nowhere near a million photos. This is sad. We don't know how many photos are actually uploaded each day, and this is a totally unreliable visualisation, undermining its entire point.