Browsing Category: internet art

  • FOUND, Cybraphon (2009)

    By writing this I am making Cybraphon happy and by reading this you are making me happy. Here’s what criticismism has in common with an autonomous emotional robot. FOUND collective’s sculpture tracks hits to its own website and obsesses over its stats and indeed, like most bloggers, that is activity I can all too easily …

    April 28, 2011
  • Caleb Larsen, A Tool to Deceive and Slaughter (2009)

    To reduce it all to economics, which is often tempting, artists make product to make money, or a living at least. Those who do not manage this, still put value on their work. Say the artwork’s function is to generate revenue. It has done so historically by being beautiful and hence desirable, and from the …

    August 27, 2010