LET 100 FLOWERS BLOOM, 2006 by Bergman & Salinas. Video.

directionstolastvisitor.com, 2011 by Charles Broskoski.

»NIGHTLESS«, 2010 by Yuichiro Tamura.

»Geogoo«, 2008 by JODI.

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»Fata Morgana«, 2010 by Damon Zucconi.


Colour Chart Painting: VERBALE“, 2007 by Thomas Feuerstein.

»www.thirtyfourparkinglots.com«, 2008 by Pascual Sisto.

»Clover«, 2009 by Billy Rennekamp.

»Google tea towels«, 2002 by Thomson & Craighead.


»Magic 8-Ball Icosahedral Die«, 2008,


»3d California Flag«, 2008 (made with models from 3d warehouse) by Guthrie Lonergan.


»In the black of this long night«, 2008, an attempt to organize Google Image Search results according to defacement tactics. A slideshow by Martijn Hendriks.


»URL demo«, 2008 by Jodi.


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“Google Portrait” by Aram Bartholl.

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»Seduction of the Stone« (2008). Foreign subtitles extracted from »Romancing the Stone (1984, Starring Kathleen Turner
and Michael Douglas)« and translated into english using Google Translate. By Charles Broskoski.

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»Google Image Search«, 2003 -, is an ongoing project by Wolfgang Plöger where monothematical compendiums of books are made using the Google image search engine.

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Total Recall” is a silent, single channel video installation, approximately 18’ in duration at its current incarnation. It is composed entirely from images culled from Google Image Search. International standard date format (yyyy-mm-dd) is used as a search term in Google Image Search for everyday Ryan Park has been alive: 1978-09-21 until the work’s date of completion (2007-08-10 in the included sample). For each date, the highest ranked image is downloaded and inserted sequentially into the video. By Ryan Park. Video.

»Google Emotional Index« by Kristina Podesva.

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»Art Imitates Life«, 2007. Google search frequency for “art” and “life” from 2004 to 2006 are plotted against each other on a search-volume graph where the number of searches for each term is shown in relation to the number of searches done on Google during a given time period. The two graphs synchronize a surprising amount and are generally very close in volume. At least on the web, art and life imitate each other. By Caleb Larsen.


“We generate money by serving Google text advertisments on a network of hidden Websites. With this money we automatically buy Google shares. We buy Google via their own advertisment!” Google eats itself