»Mémoire Interlope«, 2010 by Mariana Castillo Deball.

»Archivio Zarathustra«, 2008 by Paolo Chiasera.

The “Wind Array Cascade Machine – WACM” (2003), by Steve Heimbecker, is a 64 channel kinetic wind mapping and network diffusion system. The data generated, can be recorded and archived. The WACM series of installations are: “POD” (2003), “Signe” (2005), “Paravent” (2006), and the “Turbulence Sound Matrix” (2007).

“In-between the Noise” by Brian Reed.

»DeTouch«, 2006 by Evan Roth.


»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.

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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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»Anhedonia«, 2007, 90 min. In psychology, anhedonia is an inability to experience pleasure from normally pleasurable life events such as eating, exercise, and social or sexual interaction. It was also supposed to be the original title of Woody Allen’s 1977 film Annie Hall, but it was considered unmarketable. By Aleksandra Domanovic.

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»Digital Decay series« are animations of the process of continuously saving image files in lower quality formats, over hundreds of times. By Claire Evans.


»Image ready« by Pierre Denan.


»Hollywood« (2006) is an exhibition of found jpgs curated by Marc Kremers.


»MOOD« by Marc Kremers.


»Collection Of 106 Moutain Images« and

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»Le Tourne-disque« by Davide Balula.


Archival C print, vegi gel capsules, acrylic. “Little Boy Blue” by Andy Diaz Hope.


“Unerledigt” by Isabelle Krieg.


Untitled” by Olaf Nicolai at Kontracom. Together with a team of street painters he creates a path of images from the news through the old city centre of Salzburg.


»Flow Motion« is like a continuously changing painting, generated from a collection of 110 digital still images.


»Newtron« consists of a single modular unit from a large outdoor LED video display, like those normally seen in big sport and entertainment venues. It shows only the corresponding fragment of the image that would be displaying on the whole screen. Both projects by João Paulo Feliciano.