Follower is a service providing you for just a few hours with your own real-life follower – an invisible companion who watches over you attentively.
The 3-D scanner as a portal to the virtual space. Play with true-to-life replicas of the artist’s body.
Travel the globe and let the world news help you discover surprising connections between places that are close together or far apart.
An installation on the Wi-Fi Whisperer, who in a robot-like voice intones information from Wi-Fi networks, giving a scarily complete impression of us.
Marvel at this science fiction perspective. You can assemble this story about a biologist who clicks organs together by clicking on the different elements online.
pplkpr is an app that tracks, analyzes, and auto-manages your relationships. Using a smartwatch, pplkpr monitors your physical and emotional response to the people around you, and optimizes your social life accordingly.
Selfies is a collection of over 9000 portraits taken from Instagram, which featured first in the Dutch national newspaper de Volkskrant.
Visual artists Esther Polak and Ivar van Bekkum lived in Philadelphia for 7 months. New to the city, they invited inhabitants, both human and non-human, to explain their city through movement.
SUPERNERDS is a transmedia project about digital surveillance that merges a live TV show, a stage play and interactive media. During a large event on May 28, 2015 this abstract issue was turned into an emotional experience.
An interactive collage of an endless stream of video clips, messages and other visual noise, reflecting the frenetic restlessness that characterizes the Internet.
Big data is drawing humanity ever deeper into the machine, and virtual immortality is around the corner.
A moral update on the Internet era on the basis of the seven deadly sins, presented as an interactive website with videos, posts and polls.
An installation exploring the beauty and complexity of technology, and providing a glimpse into unsuspecting coffeepots and offices all over the world.
A fact-based 5 part interactive web series exploring the impending threat of cyberwarfare. You never know who is in control.
Game development, creativity without compromise, sleepless nights, ninjas, coffee hallucinations, bugs, confessions and the relentless pursuit of making the most innovative computer game in just one weekend: in the interactive documentary ”48 Hour Games” the viewer engages with the world of game-jamming.
In this web documentary, nine women working in the lesbian porn industry reveal all – their bodies and their innermost thoughts. Or do they?
This surprising combination of video game and book maps out the multifaceted history of typography.
The artist Paolo Cirio prints life-sized pictures of people found on Google’s Street View, and posts them at the exact spot where they were taken.
This website compresses 1.2 billion Facebook profile photos into a full-screen mosaic, and a remarkable world atlas
Fifty years after Alleman, theater director Bert Hana leads us through the streets of the Netherlands, digitally captured through Google Street View.
An online mockumentary
Girl Walk // All Day is an exuberant feature-length dance music film shot in the streets and public spaces of New York City. The entire film is set to the soundtrack, All Day, the 2010 album by the mash-up DJ
When Documentary and Technology Converge
If robots can build cars and bomb people in foreign countries, why wouldn’t they be able to make documentary films one day?
A simple but effective online timewaster: stop your cursor somewhere on the screen and a picture is loaded in which someone points right back at it.
This Tate Modern web exhibition presents the vestiges of lost artworks, to bring attention to their impact on the art world.
Wildlife in Banff National Park from the perspective of a grizzly bear and that of the park rangers watching her 24 hours a day.
Three times a week, Internet pioneer Ze Frank humorously deals the world while creating wonderful collaborative artworks with his Internet audience.
The website as a confessional: insomniacs are asked to provide insight into their affliction, which will be used in an interactive artwork.
Hasan Elahi’s self-tracking system constantly and publicly presents his exact location, activities, and other personal data.
Create and explore a visual archive of your social life.
An interactive documentary that plunges you into the worlds of 8 music fans and shows how the Internet has helped them forge their identities and relationships within various music subcultures.
A Film about Hope, Fear and Digital Culture.
Social networking site with a twist: rather than looking for friends, users seek out opponents for debate and discussion.
A visualization of people who’ve contributed to the Barack Obama page on Wikipedia.
Text Trends is a sendup of the ubiquitous line graphs and related information returned by services like Google Trends.
“Web 2.0” in just under 5 minutes.
A webdocumentary about Hurricane Katrina, which hit New Orleans in the summer of 2005.
Newsmap is an application that visually reflects the constantly changing landscape of the Google News news aggregator.
Since August 2005, We Feel Fine has been harvesting human feelings from weblogs.
Past and present collide in Google Maps
A live event inviting you to play with real emotions, using brain scanners, biometric sensors and carnivalesque props.