The World Report (2003)

The "World Report" is about the info-aesthetics and formalist illusions. This work associates two fluxes: a textual flux of continuous information and an iconographic flux.

Informational fluxes are translated in realtime by Google in pictures. The association between the text and the picture is literal and testify the informative illusion that is the dream of a pure and undifferentiated presence.

The choice of words to translate in pictures takes place solely on a criteria of flux and speed: once a picture is charged, it is the word on the screen that will be translated.

The data processing and the informational formalism replay on the stage of our actuality the most classical platonician affectivity.

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The "World Report" is about the info-aesthetics and formalist illusions. This work associates two fluxes: a textual flux of continuous information and an iconographic flux.

Informational fluxes are translated in realtime by Google in pictures. The association between the text and the picture is literal and testify the informative illusion that is the dream of a pure and undifferentiated presence.

The choice of words to translate in pictures takes place solely on a criteria of flux and speed: once a picture is charged, it is the word on the screen that will be translated.

The data processing and the informational formalism replay on the stage of our actuality the most classical platonician affectivity.

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