Archives for the ‘net-art’ Category

Michael Mandiberg

Michael Mandiberg Work from “In 1936 Walker Evans photographed the Burroughs, a family of sharecroppers in Depression era Alabama. In 1979 in Sherrie Levine rephotographed Walker Evans’ photographs from the exhibition catalog “First and Last.” In 2001 Michael Mandiberg scanned these same photographs, and created and to facilitate their dissemination as a […]

Robert Wodzinski

Robert Wodzinksi Work from Go to his website, you won’t regret it. “ is a web project started in summer 2006. in the beginning most content was generated through the corruption of jpeg files using a text editor. fragments and, occasionally, full bodies of texts were inserted into the jpeg’s data. eventually this method […]

Alessandro Ludovico and Paolo Cirio

Alessandro Ludovico and Paolo Cirio Work from Google Will Eat Itself. “One of Google’s main revenue generators is the “Adsense”* program: It places hundreds of thousands of little Google text-ads on websites around the world. Now we have set up a vast amount of such Adsense-Accounts for our hidden Web-Sites. For each click we receive […]

Zach Shipko

Zach Shipko Work from his oeuvre. Shipko’s work is more of an examination of internet culture and kitsch than anything else. In the same way that it is accessible to the casual viewer, it also relies on a thorough understanding (or at least an informed inundation) of internet culture and various memes. I am wondering […]

John Michael Boling

John Michael Boling (some pieces with Javier Morales). Work from his (their) oeuvre. “John Michael Boling and Javier Morales draw their inspiration from found digital material. They appropriate, remix, and re-edit old videos, images, and sounds found mostly online. The result is work that incorporates elements of Pop art, conceptual art, music videos, and satirical […]

Rafaël Rozendaal

Rafaël Rozendaal Work from,,,, and All of thee works are interactive web-based works, so the screen captures above are not representative of the full depth of each piece. Go see them. “Richard Brereton: As your online work is not for sale, how do you make a living from what you […]

Alterazioni Video

Alterazioni Video Work from I Would Prefer Not To. “The relationship, both passioned and obsessive, which the group developed in a daily engagement with the web provides the backdrop of this project. For months the artists lived on Google-images and on different search engines appropriating the experiences and memories of other users with whom they […]

Mary Flanagan

Mary Flanagan Work from Avatar Portraits. “Cyberspace is a socially – mediated construction, made clear through the use of avatars, or personal representations in virtual worlds. By putting ourselves into digital worlds, we lose the self and become one with virtual spaces’ new elements. It seems that an aspect of identity is released as an […]

Tim Horntrich and Jens Wunderling

Tim Horntrich and Jens Wunderling. Work from self.detach. “„self.detach“ is a monolithic object, not serving the purpose of analyzing the data by quantity, but following a critical design approach. The Flickr live photo stream is constantly downloaded, all currently posted images moving through the beholders’ field of vision on a small display.Those images tagged with […]

Owen Mundy

Owen Mundy Work from Give Me My Data. Give Me My Data is a Facebook Application “that helps you reclaim and reuse your data.” This work, much like Jacob Broms’ Facebook Intense is an interesting peek into the scope and structure of Facebook, as well as a commentary of our cultural relationship with information. The […]