Archives for posts with tag: the internets

if you have ever been in the position to have to write your own artist statement and actually explain why you do the things that you do, you know that it’s one of the most difficult things to express in any sensible fashion. luckily, we now have the internets, or more specifically, the artist statement generator. simply fill out the multiple choice questioner, and voila! a full length, full of shit statement so you can sound just like a real asshole!



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my new website is up and running with new work and new images! take a look and let me know what you think…

you can now purchase one or all of the 7600 volumes of the English language Wikipedia created by artist Michael Mandiberg, currently on view at From Aaaaa! to ZZZap! at Denny Gallery until July 11th, 2015.

Google Search Easter Eggs

 a family feud style game using Google’s autocomplete feature.



introducing the DaftPunKonsole. “made with love  by Malik Dellidj.”

No likes yet is a new website that automatically populates all of the unliked photos currently on Instagram.

All The Minutes, a twitter clock by @studiomoniker à la Christian Marclay‘s The Clock.

Coolors is an instant color scheme generator that makes it more than easy to view and share an almost endless number of color combinations and collections.

created by Jen Lu and Tim instantly creates “random modern art by simplifying images to their core elements”.


Query is a new board game where players earn points for identifying google’s top internet search predictions and for fooling others into choosing their carefully crafted answers. knowing the type of results that can be generated, i’m not sure how i would actually feel at winning this game… but i sure would like to find out!

say hello to Ello, the new social network that promises to never sell user data, be completely ad-free, and hopefully put an end to the ridiculous rein of facebook.



Screenshot 2014-09-22 at 6.16.28 PMRafaël Rozendaal is a multimedia artist who creates all kinds of interesting works. some of my favorites are his (sometimes) interactive, dedicated webpages like you see above. (if no yes, 2013. collection of Benjamine Palmer & Elizabeth Valleau). i guess i just like the idea of it’s accessibility and permanence… two things that are all too uncommon if not unheard of in art.


super-looper music appput on the headphones and get lost for a day or two with the SUPER-LOOPER music making app from uk based Univers Labs. awesomeness.


presenting the Eye-Fi Mobi. take a picture or video with a real camera, and have it instantly transferred to any wifi device.

following her first tumblrCecilia Azcarate has created another great one where she identifies common Ikea items represented in classical paintings created before 1650. now that’s fun and functional.



After Dark is an amazing installation at Tate Britain where robots roam the darkened halls of the museum and are controlled remotely by YOU. happening live in 2 hours…

from Daily Digest News

“The International Sun/Earth Explorer 3 (ISEE-3) satellite, was originally launched into a heliocentric orbit on August 12, 1978 to study interactions between Earth’s magnetic field and the solar wind. In 1997, after 20 years of service, NASA suspended communications with the satellite but did make status checks in 1999 and 2008.

In May of this year, 2 way communication with ISEE-3 was reestablished. With NASA’s cooperation the ISEE-3 Reboot Project, a group of citizen scientists working out of a former McDonalds at NASA’s Ames Research Facility, connected with the the satellite in the hope of using it for scientific data collection.

After successfully firing the satellite’s thrusters, however, they discovered that the craft had run out of fuel.

The good news is that ISEE-3 is still transmitting data and this weekend its orbit will approach the Moon in its closest pass to Earth in decades.

Thanks to Google’s project “A Spacecraft for All”, anyone with a Chrome web browser, will be able to receive data from the satellite in real time as it passes by.

On Sunday, August 10, at 10:30 PT/1:30 ET Google will webcast all of the data from the spacecrafts Lunar fly by along with interviews with the Reboot team and the original ISEE-3 Flight Director.

People from around the world can tune in at”

introducing Kern Type. one of the most addictive games i have ever played. give it a try… (or two).

my new “business cards”. give it a try… google me.

Whitney and her State Bicycle.