Rob Walker

Google Image Search Results, Abstracted and Animated

Google Image Search Results, Abstracted from R Walker on Vimeo.

In a Design Observer post some time back, I played around with Google Image Search results as independent visual objects, and have continued to collect these image abstractions on a dedicated Tumblr. When I learned that MoMA was soliciting one-minute videos via its Abstract Currents Vimeo group, it inspired me to convert my digital readymade collection into video form, and throw it into the mix. Here's what I came up with: Click through to rate it or hate it. —Rob Walker

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Rob Walker Rob Walker writes about technology, design, business, the arts, and other subjects. His column The Workologist appears in The New York Times Sunday Business section. Previously he wrote the Consumed column for The New York Times Magazine, and has contributed to many publications. He is co-editor (with Joshua Glenn) of the book Significant Objects: 100 Extraordinary Stories About Ordinary Things, and author of Buying In: The Secret Dialogue Between What We Buy and Who We Are.    


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