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Brief Published: 3 Apr 2013

I’m Google Tumblr Project


American artist Dina Kelberman pulls imagery from the world’s most watched video and image websites, Google and YouTube, for her ongoing Tumblr project, I’m Google.

Kelberman organises photography found on Google Image Search, a database constantly growing with visual content, into a compelling stream of digital patterns. Batches of pictures and videos seamlessly follow one another in a colourful grid, assembled according to theme, form and composition. Each image shares a slight visual characteristic with the image before it, allowing one subject to develop into another, either in bursts or very slowly.

Dina Kelberman