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Onformative Work from Google Faces “The way we perceive our environment is a complex procedure. By the help of our vision we are able to recognize friends within a huge crowd, approximate the speed of an oncoming car or simply admire a painting. One of human’s most characteristic features is our desire to detect patterns. […]

Kristin Lucas

Kristin Lucas Work from The Sole Ripper. “The Sole Ripper is a digital book containing a 1:132 scale architectural view of a fictional pedestrian roller coster modeled for an empty lot in Manhattan discovered by Kristin Lucas on Google Maps. The architectural plan arrives fragmented and out of order, given its shape through a process […]

Ends of the Earth

Ends of the Earth Featuring works from Johan Stephen, Charles Eams and Ray Eams, Robert Smithson, and SUPERSTUDIO. “Ends of the Earth: Land Art to 1974 is the first large-scale, historical-thematic exhibition to deal broadly with Land art, capturing the simultaneous impulse emergent in the 1960s to use the earth as an artistic medium and […]

Andrew Norman Wilson

Andrew Norman Wilson Work from ScanOps. “Through webinars, installations, power points, performances, audio meditations and videos, Andrew Norman Wilson’s interventions into the brands and infrastructures of Silicon Valley and other worldwide tech corporations question the roles of labor, power and capital; instigations, integral to understanding the movement of information economies in the global marketplace as […]

Ben West & Felix Heyes

Ben West & Felix Heyes Work from Google “If a picture says more than a thousand words – and current internet dynamics tend to agree – what would a visual guide to the English vocabulary, contemporary and ‘webresentative’, look like? Ben West and Felix Heyes, two artists and designers from London (UK), found out when […]

Shawn C Smith

Shawn C Smith Work from his oeuvre. “The work is made from a process of searching for images and then comparing and contrasting, cutting out sections, sometimes creating a sheet similar to a sticker sheet of cut outs, and then collaging different high resolution photographs to create a new image. The newly composed images are […]

Mishka Henner

Mishka Henner Work from Dutch Landscapes. Visit Henner’s site, there are a wealth of really interesting projects also see the article on Granta. “When Google introduced its free satellite imagery service to the world in 2005, views of our planet only previously accessible to astronauts and surveyors were suddenly available to anyone with an internet […]

Sylvain Sailly

Sylvain Sailly Work from Instructors @ Bubblebyte. “Over the past five years, Sylvain Sailly has worked with multimedia installations that combine prints, video work, and sculptural objects. His work explores the dematerialisation of systems and procedures diffused in contemporary society, highlighting invisible processes in production which transform into the practical and meaningful. Sailly’s practice researches […]

Mysterious Structures in China’s Gobi Desert

Mysterious Structures in China’s Gobi Desert “These images show mysterious compositions and structures which seem to be a kind of paintings (not sure if it’s painting), and installations over the Earth, they are exactly in the Gobi Desert, China. They were found the last month at Google Maps. See more; “It turns out that they […]

New Media Lecture Series – Jason Huff

Jason Huff was born in Atlanta, GA in 1981. He recently received his MFA in Digital+Media from the Rhode Island School of Design. His work was recently exhibited at the MFA Thesis Exhibition at the Rhode Island Convention Center. Current and upcoming shows include Pixilerations in Providence, RI and BYOB in Cincinnati, OH. His project […]