Keyword: Sorting

Resources

Screen Time / Works by Helmut Smits

„Screen Time is a community clock connecting strangers through their mobile backgrounds. Participants are invited to take part by making a screenshot of their mobile device lock screen and submitting it to the allocated time slot. The submitted images are then compiled and presented, each being displayed for the single minute at which they were taken. The outcome is a clock that each minute reveals a glimpse into someone else’s life.“

http://www.helmutsmits.nl/work/screen-time
http://screentimeclock.net

And other works on sorting, time and measurement:
Self Carrier Shelf
All the times
Measuring in Years
Precautionary Measures
23 Holes

Other Orders / Sam Lavigne

„Other Orders is a tool for sorting text and tweets.

Recommendation engines like the ones powering the endless feeds on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, are designed to maximize ad revenue, and therefore to keep you online for as long as possible. In doing so they promote the most reactionary content on their platforms. Yet, these recommendation systems are nothing more than sorting mechanisms.

Other Orders provides an alternate set of sorts, optimized for other outcomes.“

https://otherorders.net

Below the Surface – The Archaeological Finds of the North / Southline

A collection of more than 11,000 objects (of 700,000 total) found during excavations in the dried river bed of the Amstel. Photographed and sorted by date of origin (going back until 124,000 BC).

https://belowthesurface.amsterdam/

System Displacement / Oliver Laric

Pixels in gifs rearranged from lightest to darkest.

http://oliverlaric.com/displacement.htm

allRGB

„The objective of allRGB is simple: To create images with one pixel for every RGB color (16777216); not one color missing, and not one color twice.“

http://allrgb.com

Out of Order / Marianne Viero

Project about the library of the Rietveld University, working with some own orders.

http://www.marianneviero.com/

Mark Dion

http://www.artnet.de/künstler/mark-dion/
http://www.tanyabonakdargallery.com/

Exactitudes / Ari Versluis, Ellie Uyttenbroek

Photography project. Constructs ironic categorizations of people by their fashion styles.

http://www.exactitudes.com

Time Piece / Jonathan Monk

Hottest to Coldest

http://www.hottesttocoldest.com/

Armelle Caron

Uses elements of maps and geographical images as material for recontextualisations and alternative visual sorting.

http://www.armellecaron.fr/