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a plexiglass data sculpture which visualizes 100 years of forward (online) thought. the top 100 terms for the phrase "in the future" on Google News, Google Blog & Google Scholar were categorized using the Dewey Decimal system, sorted by year & mapped onto a grid. holes were drilled into sheets of plexiglass whose sizes correspond to their frequency. for example, "war" is the biggest hole in 1945.

[link: ucla.edu|thnkx Jack]

reminds me of search engine shape milling & sexual behavior totems & email erosion.





I captured some short video of this piece from the opening show last spring.
video 1, 2

Tue 25 Sep 2007 at 10:41 AM

This is an interesting updated version of a situationist sculpture
made of glass which I think was called "100 days of walking in Paris" or something like that.
does anyone know know if it can be found on the web? I had no luck.

Fri 05 Oct 2007 at 2:46 AM

Hi, I'm one of the artists who made this piece. Would you mind posting a link to our websites? The piece was a collaboration between Casey Alt and Christopher O'Leary, and we are students in the Design|Media Arts department at UCLA.


Mon 29 Oct 2007 at 8:04 PM

Please i need some ideas on clay and stones and marbles for sculpture.i will like to see their pictured tools just for ordering purposes.
thanks .

Fri 21 Dec 2007 at 7:31 AM
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