Last week it was revealed that The Conservative Party have attempted to erase their historical speeches from the internet. Understandably, this has caused much scorn, prompting a Streisand effect of drawing more attention to this misdeed. But the internet never forgets, and the speeches are still available, if you know where to look. Whilst the […]
Taking another look at the Tate Data, the most interesting categories, for me, are the more subjective ones, the categories which feel like they’re furthest along the ‘I need a human to make this judgement’ axis. This dataset goes beyond simple ‘fact based’ descriptions, which means it contains a whole lot more humanity than most […]
Another experiment with the Tate Collection big data. I’m still working on how best to navigate the huge collection, so I thought it might be nice if Nicholas Serota himself (or at least an automated version of him) could show you around. Click the image below to start your personalised tour of the Tate Collection.
Get into the Groove, by Madonna, stretched to an hour alongside a datamoshed version of the video. This was a quick experiment to see how much of the process could be scripted from the commandline. The video was created without any editing software, an hour of content that no one has ever seen, created by […]
The Tate Collection recently released their metadata on github, the first ‘big data’ set that has piqued my interest enough to download it and have a play. Here we present the metadata for around 70,000 artworks that Tate owns or jointly owns with the National Galleries of Scotland as part of ARTIST ROOMS. Metadata for […]