Archives for posts tagged ‘google’

Marco Cadioli

Marco Cadioli Work from Abstract Journeys. “Abstract Journeys is a screencapture series from Google Earth that explores the different surfaces and forms which have been transformed by man’s work in an abstract geometric composition. This is a project by Italian artist Marco Cadioli. In his site you can find others interesting projects as well as the […]

Doug Rickard

Doug Rickard Work from A New American Picture. The older notions of photographers physically exploring their world may have in some ways come to pass. The Egglestons, Shores, Levitts, Winogrands ventured out with perhaps only the loosest intentions or framework of a “project” and allowed the world to provide. It is common now for artists […]

Pascual Sisto

Pascual Sisto Work from Every Now and Then (currently showing at “Every Now and Then, a solo exhibition by acclaimed artist Pascual Sisto. Pascual Sisto’s practice is a balance between what is hidden and what is revealed. Through a constant research of synchrony and symmetry he creates clean and detailed settings able to amaze […] Work from The following are just screen grabs, take the time and visit the site, it is well worth it. “Icons dominate the modern maps completely and with the comic style Google simplifications of symbols our ives have become very ordinary. There are currently some 166 Google standard symbols available in Google Earth […]

Justin Kemp

Justin Kemp Work from Adding to the Internet “My art is kind of like listening to someone speak with an English accent, because at first, it sounds kind of smart, but after a few minutes it just sounds a little funny.  Sometimes people laugh at someone with an English accent instead of laughing with them, […]

Clement Valla

Clement Valla Work from Bridges. “My work focuses on socio-technical systems that raise a number of interesting questions about authorship and human/computer relationships. I explore digital technologies that are not simply new tools to create and distribute copies of things but that also enable new social relationships through which people produce multiples. I treat existing […]

Molly Dilworth

Molly Dilworth Work from Paintings for Satellites “I have an inclination to work with materials that have had an obvious life before I use them; it’s a challenge and a pleasure to make something from nothing. In the last year my practice has grown out of the studio in the form of large-scale rooftop paintings […]

Aram Bartholl

Aram Bartholl Work from Map “The project ‘Map’ is a public space installation questioning the red map marker of the location based search engine Google Maps. “Find local businesses, view maps and get driving directions in Google Maps.” With a small graphic icon Google marks search results in the map interface. The design of the […]

Michael Wolf

Angie Waller

Angie Waller Work from The Most Boring Places in the World. The Google Earth tour is here. ““The Most Boring Places in the World” is a Google Earth tour that pinpoints the location of bloggers, live journal-ers, and chat room commentators. These authors all claim that the city they live in or vacationed in is […]