Internet artworks, installations, hacks, performances, drawings, sculptures, and other conceptual art without ideas…
My first net.art piece, Epiphanies is a conceptual Google Hack remixed with James Joyce’s definition of the epiphany. It is one of the very first pieces of “Google Art”.
Non-weddings is a Google Hack after a drawing by Jacques Lacan in “L’instance de la lettre dans l’inconscient”
The Google Adwords Happening: how a global happening on Google unveiled the Generalized Semantic Capitalism.
Human Browser is a series of Wi-Fi performances based on a Google Hack, where the usual technological interface is replaced with the oldest interface we know: the human being.
Post-network neo-topologies are hand-made data drawings, in relation to global topologies of semio-organic networks.
Logo.Hallucination deals with the question of privatization of the glance in relation to collective hallucination: an image recognition software based on neural networks, continuously monitors the images circulating on the Web looking for hidden logos
You have the impression that the disasters of the world do not touch you anymore? You feel vaguely sorry for other people’s misfortunes but you don’t feel the inner urge which used to make you help your neighbour? WiFi-SM is the solution!
Expansion-Recession 1929-1979-2029 is a series of drawing on various supports, related to Kondratiev long-wave cycles of capitalism.
Global index of the decay of the aura of language, the Dadameter aims at measuring our distance to Dada. It was inspired by the work of the french writer Raymond Roussel.
Fascinum is a Yahoo Hack, that became a Google Hack in 2004 after Google’s IPO. It shows in real-time the news pictures the most viewed (ranked from 1 to 10) on different national news feeds (Yahoo or Google).
By interconnecting areas of similar color inside a painting, the Dual Paintings series (2015) unveils the networked structure of color space-time.
For the 2013 edition of Show-Off, the artists Christophe Bruno and Cécile Noguès cross their practice around the “informational tragedy.”