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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. […]

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 […]

Florian Freier

Florian Freier Work from Copy-Paste” – Recreating Andreas Gursky (Google Earth Remix) “As many young photographers, I always dreamt about flying around the world, visiting spectacular spots and places, just like Superstar Andreas Gursky does. So finally I decided to stop dreaming and just do It …in Google Earth.” – text via Flachware

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 […]