a series of parody videos on TikTok of a Russian street photographer's video style in which he approaches strangers, introduces himself and asks them to pose for pictures
evaandfrancomattes Very excited to announce that we just released to public domain the hires image of our sculpture ‘Ceiling...
evaandfrancomattes Very excited to announce that we just released to public domain the hires image of our sculpture ‘Ceiling Cat’, through @wikipedia. We made an agreement with @sfmoma - who …
A Screen Walks playlist of recorded live-streamed events touching on memes.
"Like many viral phenomena, the Somebody else's cat group began by accident in the context of a specific online community, the image hosting site Flickr". This text by Dr Loplop explores the emergence of the internet cat meme and the influence of online communities in the development of this protohistory.
LOLcats here are the digital people’s fairy tales on the subject of animals, and, more precisely, cats, following a formulaic structure in their making. LOLcats, as natively digitally born aesthetic, acts exhibit features that are shaped in their succinct coherence by their processes of coming into being, by the ways in which LOLcats emerge and …
"People are now more acutely aware of the way in which ideas can transform and mutate through the (inter)net, and have their own “life”, so to speak. I personally think of the internet itself as a complex entity, like a living organism, expanding and contracting. Its territories are as far-reaching as they are controlled".
In early 2016, @RussianEmbassy, the verified Twitter account from the Russian Embassy in the UK, sent an image to the Russian Ministry of Defence via Twitter, warning that ‘Extremists near Aleppo received several truckloads of chemical ammo.' On further inspection, rather than a matter of urgency, it became immediately apparent that these were …