Jonathan Harris makes projects that reimagine how humans relate to technology and to each other. Combining elements of computer science, anthropology, visual art and storytelling, his projects range from building the world’s largest time capsule (with Yahoo!) to documenting an Alaskan Eskimo whale hunt on the Arctic Ocean (with a warm hat). He is the co-creator of We Feel Fine, which continuously measures the emotional temperature of the human world through large-scale blog analysis, and has made other projects about online dating, modern mythology, happiness, anonymity, news, and language. His latest project is Cowbird, a community of storytellers working to build a public library of human experience.
Presentation at the Galapagos Art Space (galapagosartspace.com) in DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY, USA.
I stumbled upon the online portfolio/gallery of Gregory Euclide via The Art of the Rural blog, and I was instantly in love. Then, it struck me—- I’ve seen this work before! Euclide did the album art for the most recent Bon Iver album, Bon Iver.
Check our more of his work here. Read an interview here.
Loss CatR. Land In 2001, LOSS CAT FLYERS FIRST APPEARED ON THE STREETS OF ATLANTA, GA. AND A CITY WAS SADDENED. WITHIN SEVERAL MONTHS THE FLYER SPREAD TO OTHER CITIES LIKE NEW YORK, CHICAGO & SEATTLE. PAINTINGS OF THE FACE OF THE LOSS CATT, “SPECKLES”, WERE CREATED ON THE HONOR OF THE MISSING FELINE AND INSTALLED IN COFFEE SHOPS, BARS AND CAFES IN CITIES WERE THE FLYER APPEARED. THE LOSS CAT FLYER WAS PROMINENTLY FEATURED IN THE FOUND MAGAZINE COFFEE TABLE BOOK AND MENTIONED ON MANY TV TALK SHOWS AND NEWS SHOWS AND IN NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES THRUOUT THE COUNTRY. ALL THIS AND SPECKLES IS STILL AWOL. KEEP HIM IN YOU PRAYERS.
More info on Loss Cat here and more info on R. Land here.