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Irrationali.tv by Gray Leonard - #netart

Irrationali.tv by Gray Leonard - #netart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
In the open-air prison which the world is becoming, it is no longer so important to know what depends on what, such is the extent to which everything is one. All phenomena rigidify, become insignias of the absolute rule of that which is.


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I'm Google by Dina Kelberman: A Visual Exploration of Google Image Search - #netart

I'm Google by Dina Kelberman: A Visual Exploration of Google Image Search - #netart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

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. 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. Often the images that interest me are of industrial or municipal materials or everyday photo snapshots. I do not select images or videos that appear to be intentionally artistic. Happily, the process of researching various themes in this way has lead to unintentionally learning about topics I might never have otherwise, including structural drying, bale feeders, B2P, VAWTs, screw turbines, the cleveland pack, and powder coating.

I feel that my experience wandering through Google Image Search and YouTube hunting for obscure information and encountering unexpected results is a very common one. My blog serves as a visual representation of this phenomenon. This ability to endlessly drift from one topic to the next is the inherently fascinating quality that makes the internet so amazing.


... http://dinakelberman.com/imgoogle/imgoogle.html

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The Sound of Ebay - Génerative Music by UBERMORGEN.COM

The Sound of Ebay - Génerative Music by UBERMORGEN.COM | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Create your own eBay song by entering any eBay username and your email address. Push the "GENERATE" button, You will then be notified by email as soon as the song is ready for downloading. Enjoy the silence!

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OrganArmanix - netart piece, coded by Vince Mckelvie

OrganArmanix - netart piece, coded by Vince Mckelvie | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

images by Organ Armani
code by Vince McKelvie
sound by Nancy Leticia
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Like to Death, by Geoffrey Lillemon & Stööki - subversive project that explores Facebook's digital shelf-life - #netart

Like to Death, by Geoffrey Lillemon & Stööki - subversive project that explores Facebook's digital shelf-life - #netart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
Social Media is the 5th dimension, that fabricates our online existence. Imagine a life without it, if you can't you have been possessed. Break the curse, like it to death.


Jean Baudrillard, the French philosopher whose ideas inspired The Matrix, didn't live long enough to sign up for a Facebook account. It's a shame. As somebody who wrote about reality and simulations, he would've seen his theories echoed in the way social media allows us to create a virtual persona—and how that persona starts to become equally, if not more, important than our real life selves.
 
Geoffrey Lillemon and Stööki explore similar conceptual territory with Like to Death, a subversive project that explores Facebook's digital shelf-life. Inverting Facebook's most popular interactive mechanism--the omnipresent "like"--the project actually disintegrates a bit with every thumbs up, whereas not liking it will preserve the project from experiencing an untimely digital death. ...

http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/geoffrey-lillemon-and-stooki-like-to-death
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Romuald Dariot's curator insight, November 10, 2014 9:22 AM

Un monde sans mort, bienvenue dans ce nouveau "Social Media", la ème dimenssion

 

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SUPER IMPORTANT TWEET - GIVE YOUR TWEETS THE ATTENTION THEY DESERVE

SUPER IMPORTANT TWEET - GIVE YOUR TWEETS THE ATTENTION THEY DESERVE | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Made By Ramin, Moises, Tom & Qanta

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Composition with JavaScript by Kostya Loginov, Vlad Yakovlev

Composition with JavaScript by Kostya Loginov, Vlad Yakovlev | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Composition with Javascript is an interactive work made using HTML, CSS, Javascript and jQuery, based on Piet Mondrian's “Composition with Yellow, Red, Black, Blue and Grey” (1920). It allows everybody deconstruct the original painting and form it again in whatever he or she wants. Lines are shiftable (just drag it with your mouse) and colours changeable (click on it). Texture of the painting was preserved for authentic look. One can play with composition, forms and colours, alter the harmony of the piece or even destroy it and compose something pictorial (see examples).


Authors: Kostya Loginov, Vlad Yakovlev

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