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Thursday, July 20, 2006

go ogle

Meggan Gould: Go Ogle
The images in the Go ogle series are composite images, mathematical averages of the first 100 images retrieved from a Google search engine query for a specific word or phrase. Each downloaded image relinquished its size, shape, and the clarity of its individual pixels in its merger with the other results from the query. The results, a visualization of intersections between Boolean logic and the popular imagination, are more often than not a hopeless jumble of unidentifiable pixels--but occasionally a recognizable form does emerge
via PCL

7 comments:

Russell Allen said...

Excellent...who'd thought going through the effort would have produced anything.

boynton said...

Or that coke would be so clear?

Lunar Brogue said...

Yes, that is a little spooky. But could it have been designed that way? By a cluster of fedora-wearing mathematicians working in an Arizona dugout for 'the dark side', say.

boynton said...

What can the f-w mathematicians have been thinking?

(Or drinking? )

I doubt that "Fedora" would be so identifiable, alas.

Lunar Brogue said...

I'm nervous. Could this 'brussel art man made out of coca cola tins' be a prototype for a sentient robot called the Director of Hatcheries and Conditioning? Or maybe I'm over-reacting; it's probably just another piece of tooth-dissolving modern art that raises a smile and makes you rush through the day.

boynton said...

Tooth-dissolving modern art is a great new description I might start using.

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