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Jon Rafman

Jon Rafman
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Rafaël Rozendaal – Official Website 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.

Construisez vous-même votre propre théorie conspirationniste - (Navigation privée) Vous êtes embrouillé par le fonctionnement du monde ? Pourquoi ne pas lui donner vous-même du sens avec une grande théorie conspirationniste ! Pourtant, il en existe déjà tellement se développant tout autour de nous. Ici, l'occasion vous est donnée, grâce à Charlatans, de produire votre propre théorie. Entrez simplement vos sélections, cliquez sur le bouton en bas de page, il vous suffira ensuite de l'envoyer par mail à des millions d'internautes ou de l'imprimer et de la placarder partout. Amusez-vous bien mais rappelez-vous .... A lire : - Les rhétoriques de la conspiration. Liens conspirationnistes : - Toutes les informations sur les conspirations - Le détecteur de théorie conspirationniste. - On te manipule. - Conspiracy Watch, Observatoire du conspirationnisme et des théories du complot.

net art : adwords happening Christophe Bruno, April 2002 Honorary Mention at the Prix Ars Electronica 2003 >>> press-book >>> Google.Art How to lose money with your art ? At the beginning of April, a debate took place on rhizome.org mailing list, about how to earn money with net art. I decided to launch a happening on the web, consisting in a poetry advertisement campaign on Google AdWords . I began with the keyword "symptom". As soon as the campaign was launched, I was able to see the results. My first satisfaction occured when somebody who had typed "hemorroid symptom" on Google arrived on my website, after having clicked on my ad. I decided to explore this new world and to launch several campaigns. How 12,000 people saw my "poems" in 24 hours and how I was censored by Google In 24 hours, I launched the following campaigns, with the keywords "symptom", "dream", "mary", "money". Impr. means the number of times the ad is shown on a page CTR is the Click-Trough Rate. Google's laws

Nick Brandt : Photography Amazing Street Art That Cleverly Interact With Their Surroundings We all know that street art can be controversial, political and beautiful, but it takes an extra spark of creativity (or luck) to create the sort of street art that can cleverly make use of its surroundings and location to give it extra depth. These clever site-specific arrangements take these pieces of street art above and beyond. Rather than just painting a preconceived painting on a public canvas, these artists found locations that work together with their artwork. Whether it’s meaningful, beautiful, funny, or a bit of each, these clever and imaginative pieces of site-specific street art are definitely worth checking out. Face Of The City, Toronto, Canada Image credits: fauxreel The Legend of Giants, Białystok, Poland Image credits: Natalia Rak World Going Down The Drain, Spain Image credits: pejac Calvin & Hobbes, France Image credits: Oak Oak Satellite Dishes, Birmingham, UK Image credits: Davyd Samuels Bruce Lee, Saint Etienne, France Sluggo On The Street Image credits: David Zinn Pom Pom Girl

Backward Rain Forecast Bebealien's world - Le blog qui aime le cinéma Avec le succès d’Harry Potter puis de Twilight, de nombreux auteurs ont décidé de se lancer dans le créneau de la lecture pour jeunesse, seul secteur du livre à faire véritablement de la croissance. Le public de cinéma étant majoritairement adolescent, il est tout à fait naturel que des producteurs flairent le bon filon et s’engouffrent dans la brèche. Et il n’y a pas que les américains qui se lancent, ce film étant un avatar australien. Et si d’autres font dans le stupide aseptisé, celui-ci est un peu meilleur et se permet quelques libertés supplémentaires. Il donne en tout cas envie de voir la suite, ce qui n’est pas la moindre de ses qualités. Demain quand la guerre a commencé – Teen kangooroo Un groupe de potes décide d’aller passer un petit week-end dans l’arrière-pays. L’affiche pue le B movie bas de gamme. Lire la suite

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