"The work of the Dutch, New York based artist Rafaël Rozendaal is nearly always related to the internet. Last year, you could literally browse through its abstracted websites in the Stedelijk Museum. He sells these websites with a contractual requirement: the website must always remain accessible to a wider audience. He is perhaps best known to that same audience as the inventor of the Bring Your Own Beamer concept (which even took place at the Venice Biennale), but personally I truly appreciate his physical manifestations of the digital. That includes his tapestry abstractions of well-known websites, such as Google, Dropbox or, as seen here: a Twitter login page. He creates a special code that converts information on the website (from text fields to advertisements) into the geometric elements of the website structure."
Read full article here.Publication date: 17 Nov '20