I try my best to organise my files. I actually have a lot of unwanted and old files that I don’t delete(but I should). I procrastinate deleting stuff that everything just piles up.
The wallpaper is taken using a new 50mm lens I just bought during that point of time. Which I excitedly used it straight after receiving it from the Read more →
The story of my desktop:
I like keeping it organised, consistently organised!! Only because I find productivity with a clean slate. Hehehe.
Face to Facebook,
Face to Facebook is an online installation piece put together by stealing 1 million Facebook profiles and compiling them all in a unofficial and custom-made dating page. Thereafter, many reacted to the dating website.
The creators of Face to Facebook collected profiles through a special custom software. They then studied and then customized a face recognition algorithm which is Read more →
Face to Facebook is an installation piece created by Paolo Cirio as a third piece to his series, The Hacking Monopolism Trilogy. In this work he address the lack of privacy in the age of face book. Collecting 250,000 images from different account, they then run a facial recognition algorithm to categories their facial features. He then uploads these Read more →
“Until the End of the World” is a 3D animated video work by Carla Gannis, for which her solo exhibition is eponymously titled. It is inspired by a a sequence in the 1991 Wim Wenders film “Until the End of the World” where a woman is addicted to watching her dreams on a screen. It converges a Read more →
The art work
(source is taken from: http://carlagannis.com/blog/)
Gallery name: Until the End of the World
Artist: Carla Gannis
Carla Gannis’ “Until the end of the World’ exhibition is executed like the ancient Greek theater where the ‘actors will speak through a mask’. in this case the ‘mask’ is her virtual persona, one like our social media, and how we portray ourselves on that Read more →
Many of our Facebook actions are like this. They might seem to mean nothing, and yet be taken to mean something. They might seem to mean something, and in fact mean something else
A Reply to facebook Critics D.E. Wittkower
Facebook has almost become the holy grail in which we document our lives. We are documenting our reality through posts comprising of Read more →
Hasan Elahi, a Bangladeshi-born American interdisciplinary media artist born in 1972. He is currently working as an Associate Professor at the University of Maryland. His artworks focus on technology, media, issues of surveillance and etc. In 2002, he was added to the US government’s watch list, after The September 11 attacks. He flew back from the exhibition overseas and taken Read more →
Face to Facebook is an installation piece that highlights the problem with the lack of privacy because of the influx of social media, in this case, Facebook. The work takes one million Facebook profiles from the database (and processes them through a facial recognition software) and creates an online dating platform which then allows users to ‘date’ these profiles and Read more →
A Response to a Response about a Response
Facebook. The original superficial website transformed and metamorphasized into something completely new and surprisingly meaningful. That is to say that Facebook has forged an entire generation of users connected together by a mere “www” on the internet. FaceBook at its prime was the main source of communication among friends and family, especially those Read more →