Interactive Photo Archives and Google's Mapping Projects

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Google ambitious mapping projects such as Google Maps and Google Street View invite numerous interventions and reactions from artists. Yet are these databases merely documenting our world or are they also affecting and changing it? Could these projects be read in the light of "observer effect" in physics where the act of observation is actually changing or affecting the phenomenon being observed?

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Interactive Photo Archives and Google's Mapping Projects

  1. 1. New Media Salon Postcards from Nowhere –Google and Interactive Photo Databases Romi Mikulinsky (Ph.D)
  2. 2. Street View in South Africa & Botswana Botswana Rhino Sanctuary.
  3. 3. Street View in South Africa & Botswana• -
  4. 4. Street View in Japan
  5. 5. Donkey GateGoogle claims no donkey was harmed
  6. 6. Rugdeveien 39 bergen, Norway The frogman from Norway
  7. 7. Street View in Stonehenge
  8. 8. Street View in Brazil
  9. 9. Street View in Canada
  10. 10. Julienle Vesque
  11. 11. Jon Rafman – 9-Eyes
  12. 12. Rafman – 9-eyes
  13. 13. Rafman – 9-Eyes
  14. 14. Michael Wolff2
  15. 15. Rafman vs. Wolff
  16. 16. Rafman vs. Wolff
  17. 17. Andreas Rutkauskas – Virtual Landscapes
  18. 18. Emilie Brout & Maxime MarionJaws – Panic Scene w/ Google Earth

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