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Links 1 through 7 of 7 by tagallery tagged EXHIBITION_loop.infinity

Tom Moody is drawn to 'cyber-kitsch' in all its forms, and his work proudly inhabits the 'lo-fi' or 'abject' end of the digital spectrum.

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1:1 was a project created in 1999 that consisted of a database that would eventually contain the address of every Web site in the world and interfaces through which to view and use the database. 1:1(2) is a continuation of the project.

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Net.flag explores the flag as an emblem of territorial identity by appropriating the visual language of international flags. An online software interface makes this language of shapes and colors available to anyone with web access.

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Myfanwy Ashmore altered the Super Mario NES ROM by removing all the enemies, prizes, architecture within the game. Now as a game player, all you can do is go for a walk. Eventually you run out of time and die.

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The Endless Forest is a multiplayer online game and social screensaver. When your computer goes to sleep you appear as a deer in this magical place. There are no goals to achieve or rules to follow. Just run through the forest and see what happens.

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Starting with an image where every grid element is white, Every Icon displays combinations of black and white elements, proceeding toward an image where every element is black.

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Inspired by the black box flight recorders of crashed planes, the first version of this work was a hypertext fiction constructed from 100 words each by 100 characters about the moment of their deaths.

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