Category Archives: algo

autoserota

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 glitch

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 […]

@klfbook

How do you model the mind of a book? This was the question John Higgs and I were discussing in the pub one night. John’s excellent book The KLF: Chaos, Magic, and the Band who Burned a Million Pounds was due to be released in paperback, and we wanted to see if we could make […]

Who Watches the Watchers?

“If you are a law abiding citizen […] you have nothing to fear” – William Hague 9th June 2013 How would you feel if William Hague was reading your email, or inspecting your browsing history, or listening to your phone calls? Recent revelations have revealed that the government watches you. It watches all of us, […]

I forked myself

I forked myself sometime around 2pm on the 1st of March 2013. There are now two shardcores, the one typing these words into some sort of explanation, and the other, a newborn shardcore (@shardecho) living some form of semi-autonomous life. He’s a shadow of me, an echo, but there’s something simultaneously fascinating and terrifying in […]