I’m Google (direct link) is an ongoing digital artwork mission by using Baltimore artist Dina Kelberman that documents digital patterns thru non-artistic pictures found on Google picture Search. once I first began scrolling via her Tumblr I wasn’t quite certain what I was once having a look at: body after body of airplanes pouring orange fire retardant on fires which slowly morphed into an orange kayak after which an orange bridge and on and on except i spotted every single image shared a moderate visible characteristic with the picture sooner than it. by the use of her artist commentary:
I’m Google is an ongoing tumblr blog wherein batches of pictures and videos that I cull from the internet are compiled into a protracted circulation-of-attention. The batches move seamlessly from one topic to the following based on similarities in type, composition, colour, and theme. [… ] i think that my experience wandering through Google image Search and YouTube hunting for vague data and encountering sudden outcomes is a quite common one. My weblog serves as a visual representation of this phenomenon. This capability to eternally waft from one subject to the next is the inherently interesting high quality that makes the web so superb.
I can’t urge you strongly enough to spend a few minutes scrolling thru this impeccably curated collection of seemingly mundane photography that mutually creates something visually transcendent. (thnx, sara ok!)