All posts tagged: web


Codedoodles – New platform for showcasing experiments built with web technologies

Created by FLUUUID, is a new platform for showcasing small creative coding experiments built with web technologies. The aim of these doodles is to exhibit interactive, engaging web experiments which only require a short attention span. No loading bars, no GUI, no 5MB 3D models or audio files, just plain and simple doodles with code. You […]


New New Wight :: The Gallery is Naked

New New Wight is a virtual exhibition space based on the New Wight Gallery located at UCLA. It is conceived as a space for art-making liberated from institutional limitations such as the prohibition of food and plants inside the gallery, but also from the inherent limitations of our material world. The NNW is a space […]

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Facebook Demetricator – The Unquantified Self

The use of self-tracking apps and devices is now so widespread that it is easy to overlook how much our thinking about ‘personal analytics’ is rooted in social web services. Urbana-Champaign-based media artist Benjamin Grosser’s most recent project, Facebook Demetricator, is a multi-browser plugin that recontextualizes Facebook’s interface by stripping out all mentions of quantity. […]

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Best Friends – Casting in wax 451 connections on Facebook [Objects]

Is post social media friendship an emotional investment of diminishing returns? It really depends who you ask. Midwest-based designer Colin Pinegar’s recent BFA project Best Friends definitely calls the authenticity of ubiquitous connectivity into question, or at least adds some nuance to qualifying these relationships. Pinegar created a ‘scorecard’ for his Facebook friends that awarded […]

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The Frankenfont [Processing]

The Frankenfont project by Fanthom (Ben Fry and co) is an edition of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein laid out using characters and glyphs from PDF documents obtained through internet searches. For each of the 5,483 unique words in the book, the team ran a search (using the Yahoo! Search API) that was filtered to just PDF files. They downloaded […]