My Google Search History. De plus en plus, nos vies, distillées sur les réseaux numériques, laissent des traces.
Chaque moment passé sur internet est guidé par des sites d’information mais surtout par des moteurs de recherche, et laisse sur le réseau une petite trace invisible, comme un geste inutile. Jour après jour, notre pratique se répète, les mêmes gestes, les mêmes réflexes, les mêmes habitudes. De ces répétitions un sillon invisible se creuse qui trace le chemin numérique de chacun. Et l’on se demande : depuis qu’internet existe, combien de temps passé devant le halo d’un écran ? Classic paintings of world cities meet Google Street View – in pictures. Albertine_meunier_all_my_google_search_history. Terrapattern.
Prison Map. EarthPatterns. MARCO CADIOLI. The revolving internet, constant dullaart 2010. Copyrights : Phil Thompson. Googler Turns Censored Images Into Meta Art. Google's Street View-style cameras are giving Googlers one more thing to ogle at.
That's right, not just the great outdoors — now you can scope out museums, too. With the Google Art Project, you can take a gallery or collection tour and peruse through more than 45,000 pieces of art by approximately 10,000 artists. Google's 15-lens camera contraptions — the ones used for Street View — are again to thank; however, because of certain copyright restrictions, some paintings are blurred. One artist, Phil Thompson of the UK, has decided to flip the censorship on its head and create meta art out of the blurred boxes.
Artist Turns the Google Art Project’s Blurry Canvases Into Hazy Abstract Paintings. “The internet provides a huge amount of material which otherwise would be unattainable to most people,” the artist told Wired.
“It has led to a lot of creativity — whether it is with memes or highly skilled photoshop jobs — everyone is now able to create and edit images.” Thompson has also dealt with copyright law in other projects dealing, like the “Getty Oil Paintings” project, from last year, in which he appropriated and republished images of paintings like Matisse‘s “The Dance,” from the Getty Images photo bank that have the “Getty Images” logo superimposed over them as a watermark to ward off unwanted usage. Thompson’s work consistently deals with the ways in which classic art forms can be reproduced, recycled, and distorted by technology, in manner that harkens back to the “Pictures” work for a New Aesthetic generation. Google's Copyright Policy Spawns Mega-Meta Art From China.
The Google Art Project allows art enthusiasts to visit distant museums online by scanning them with the same 15-lens camera rigs used by Google Street View.
Due to copyright restrictions, however, certain paintings needed to be blurred, just like faces are in GSV. British artist Phil Thompson was intrigued by the foggy interruptions. Peter root - Digital Detritus Dover. I'm Google. I’m Google is an ongoing tumblr blog in which batches of images and videos that I cull from the internet are compiled into a long stream-of-consciousness.
Both the searching and arranging processes are done manually. The batches move seamlessly from one subject to the next based on similarities in form, composition, color, and theme. This results visually in a colorful grid that slowly changes as the viewer scrolls through it. Images of houses being demolished transition into images of buildings on fire, to forest fires, to billowing smoke, to geysers, to bursting fire hydrants, to fire hoses, to spools of thread. The site is constantly updated week after week, batch by batch, sometimes in bursts, sometimes very slowly. The blog came out of my natural tendency to spend long hours obsessing over Google Image searches, collecting photos I found beautiful and storing them by theme. ‘I’m Google’ by Dina Kelberman: A Visual Exploration of Google Image Search. I’m Google (direct link) is an ongoing digital art project by Baltimore artist Dina Kelberman that documents digital patterns through non-artistic photography found on Google Image Search.
When I first started scrolling through her Tumblr I wasn’t quite sure what I was looking at: frame after frame of airplanes pouring orange fire retardant on fires which slowly morphed into an orange kayak and then an orange bridge and on and on until I realized every single image shared a slight visual characteristic with the image before it. Via her artist statement: I’m Google is an ongoing tumblr blog in which batches of images and videos that I cull from the internet are compiled into a long stream-of-consciousness. I cannot urge you strongly enough to spend a few minutes scrolling through this impeccably curated collection of seemingly mundane photography that collectively creates something visually transcendent. (thnx, sara k!) Jon Rafman.
The street views Google wasn't expecting you to see – in pictures. STREET WITH A VIEW: a project by Robin Hewlett & Ben Kinsley. In the Uncanny Valley - Artists starring on Google Street View: top down,... Molly Dilworth - projects. August 2010, Google Earth view of 16 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn NY 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 for Google Earth. This project uses materials from the waste stream (discarded house paint) to mark a physical presence in digital space. My work is generally concerned with human perception of current conditions; the Paintings for Satellites are specifically concerned with the effects of the digital on our physical bodies. All my work begins a series of rules derived from existing conditions. As this project proliferates, it will take two forms - a community model, using local volunteers and paint from the waste stream and a design/build model, using solar-reflective paint, solar panels and green roofing contractors. Backward Rain Forecast. Net-Art collection #1 : Google Map. Depuis la seconde moitié des années 1990, des artistes utilisent le web comme un matériau à part entière.
Sites internet, moteur de recherche, réseaux sociaux ou mondes virtuels : ils détournent les outils que nous utilisons quotidiennement sur internet pour questionner nos usages et nos représentation du réel. Google – The first Google image for every word in the dictionary. 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 they replaced the 21,000 words found in your everyday dictionary with whatever shows up first for each word in Google’s image search. – agnesdelmotte
Ben West and Felix Heyes, two artists and designers from London (UK), found out when they replaced the 21,000 words found in your everyday dictionary with whatever shows up first for each word in Google’s image search.
Behold Google – a 1240 page behemoth of JPGs, GIFs and PNGs in alphabetical order. “We used two PHP scripts my brother Sam wrote for us,” says Ben about the process in an email. “The first one takes a text list of dictionary words and downloads each image in sequence, and the second lays them out into columns and outputs a PDF.” The PDF was then printed into a beautiful book – handbound, thumb indexed pages held together in a marbled paper hardcover, the golden Google logo clearly indifferent to whatever internet horrors it may contain. Google inscrit les données aux Beaux-Arts. Le Data-Art : ou comment utiliser des données comme matière première pour des projets artistiques.
À l'image des expériences souvent réussies menées par le Creative Lab, ou la Google Data Arts Team, qui cherche à s'imposer sur le sujet. 10 Works Of Art Inspired By Google Earth. In an earlier era, travelers of all sorts depended on maps as an essential tool for navigation, from those who trekked The Silk Road in search of trade to those who drove across the country in Jack Kerouac fashion. Although oftentimes rendered in an artistic manner, encoding a painstaking amount of detail, these colorful webs of ocean, land, and ever-shifting territory lines served the utilitarian purpose of aiding travelers to navigate successfully from Point A to B.
In the modern world, there's an app for that. WebCam Mesh" by Felix Turner. GoogleFaces. Google Facessearching for faces on Google Maps Collaboration with: Christian Loclair idea An independent searching agent hovering the world to spot all the faces that are hidden on earth. 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. Objective investigations and subjective imagination collide to one inseparable process. Software One of the key aspects of this project, is the autonomy of the face searching agent and the amount of data we are investigating. MICHAEL WOLF PHOTOGRAPHY. MICHAEL WOLF PHOTOGRAPHY. Googlegeist. Googlegeist: Mirrors Behind the Curtain (Simulacrum) Tuesday, 22 January 2013 Smart Objects is excited to share the launch of Googlegeist: Mirrors Behind the Curtain (Simulacrum) —
New Ruins. Google Earth Tour.