1. Ceci n’est pas une glitch - Daniel Temkin

    Ceci n’est pas une glitch - Daniel Temkin

  2. moDernisT (from The ghost in the MP3) - Ryan Maguire 

    "moDernisT" was created by salvaging the sounds lost to mp3 compression from the song "Tom’s Diner", famously used as one of the main controls in the listening tests to develop the MP3 encoding algorithm.
    Here we find the form of the song intact, but the details are just remnants of the original, scrambled artifacts hinting at what once was.

    ( Paper - The Ghost in the MP3 )

  3. Architectural Pattern (Tour Espace, Paris) - Alexandre Jacques

    Architectural Pattern (Tour Espace, Paris) - Alexandre Jacques

  4. Moss FM - Fabienne Felder in collaboration with Dr. Paolo Bombelli and Ross Dennis

    (Source: vimeo.com)

  5. 75 Watt (trailer ) - Cohen Van Balen

    A product made in China to choreograph its own assembly

    (Source: vimeo.com)

  6. Forgot Your Password? (2013) - Aram Bartholl8 volumes, hardcover,21 x 27 cm, ca. 800 pages eachIn summer 2012 the social network LinkedIn.com got hacked and lost its whole user database. A few months later parts of the decrypted password list surfaced on the Internet. These eight volumes contain 4.7 million LinkedIn clear text user passwords printed in alphabetical order. Visitors are invited to look up their own password.

    Forgot Your Password? (2013) - Aram Bartholl

    8 volumes, hardcover,
    21 x 27 cm, ca. 800 pages each

    In summer 2012 the social network LinkedIn.com got hacked and lost its whole user database. A few months later parts of the decrypted password list surfaced on the Internet. These eight volumes contain 4.7 million LinkedIn clear text user passwords printed in alphabetical order. Visitors are invited to look up their own password.

  7. On the internet, nobody can hear you being subtle

    — Linus Torvalds

  8. Internet Directory [ Volume XIX-5-18-103 ] - Daniel Temkin

    Available on Lulu

  9. Urban Flow - Adam Magyar

    (Source: vimeo.com)

  10. White - Rutherford Chang 
100 copies of The Beatles White Album layered

    White - Rutherford Chang 

    100 copies of The Beatles White Album layered

  11. Displacements [1980/2005] - Michael Naimark.
Displacements  is an immersive film installation. An archetypal Americana living room was installed in an exhibition space. Then two performers were filmed in the space using a 16mm motion picture camera on a slowly rotating turntable in the room’s center. After filming, the camera was replaced with a film loop projector and the entire contents of the room were spray-painted white.

    Displacements [1980/2005] - Michael Naimark.

    Displacements  is an immersive film installation. An archetypal Americana living room was installed in an exhibition space. Then two performers were filmed in the space using a 16mm motion picture camera on a slowly rotating turntable in the room’s center. After filming, the camera was replaced with a film loop projector and the entire contents of the room were spray-painted white.

  12. Cat or Human - Shinseungback KimyonghunHuman faces recognized as a cat face by a cat face-detection algorithm.Cat faces recognized as a human face by a human face-detection algorithm.

    Cat or Human - Shinseungback Kimyonghun
    Human faces recognized as a cat face by a cat face-detection algorithm.
    Cat faces recognized as a human face by a human face-detection algorithm.

  13. Diff in June - Martin Howse
“Diff in June” tells a day in the life of a personal computer, written by itself in its own language, as a sort of private log or intimate diary focused on every single change to the data on its hard disk. Using a small custom script, for the entire month of June 2011 Martin Howse registered each chunk of data which had changed within the file system from the previous day’s image. Excluding binary data, one day’s sedimentation has been published in this book, a novel of data archaeology in progress tracking the overt and the covert, merging the legal and illegal, personal and administrative, source code and frozen systematics.

    Diff in June - Martin Howse

    “Diff in June” tells a day in the life of a personal computer, written by itself in its own language, as a sort of private log or intimate diary focused on every single change to the data on its hard disk. Using a small custom script, for the entire month of June 2011 Martin Howse registered each chunk of data which had changed within the file system from the previous day’s image. Excluding binary data, one day’s sedimentation has been published in this book, a novel of data archaeology in progress tracking the overt and the covert, merging the legal and illegal, personal and administrative, source code and frozen systematics.

  14. P.W.Y.W Book - Eric Ku
P.W.Y.W (Pay What You Want) book is a instructional manual for money exchanging purposes. This book provides a variety of barcodes that a reader can follow by the instructions and barcode information. They can decide the price of the item by picking a “barcode.”

    P.W.Y.W Book - Eric Ku

    P.W.Y.W (Pay What You Want) book is a instructional manual for money exchanging purposes. This book provides a variety of barcodes that a reader can follow by the instructions and barcode information. They can decide the price of the item by picking a “barcode.”

  15. Street Pew - Ireland's roadside shrines and grottos as captured by Google Street View →