Search Engine Art


Originally published in London with the Victoria & Albert Museum’s Digital Futures program, Search Engine Art is a 50-page book which showcases ten artists who investigate how the search engine, with its own authorities, biases, and visual tendencies, is worthy both of our aesthetic admiration and intellectual suspicion. The book and artworks within it are an investigation of the search engine as an artistic medium viewed through the lens of dependence, trust, and the social impact of technology.  

Featured Artists:

Olia Lialina

Constant Dullaart

Johannes P. Osterhoff

Sebastian Schmieg

Warren Neidich

Gretchen Andrew

Marc Blazel

Emily Simpson

Lambert Duchesne

Christopher MacInnes

Gretchen Andrew (born in California, 1988) is a Search Engine Artist and Internet Imperialist who programs her paintings to manipulate & dominate search results.  She has completed projects or exhibitions with The New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, The V&A Museum, The Photographer’s Gallery, The British Film Institute, Cambridge University, Arebyte, A4 Arts Foundation, The British Arts Council, The White Building, Ace Hotel, The London Film School, The Wikipedia Foundation, The Mozilla Foundation, and Whitcher Projects. She trained in London with Billy Childish

Price: $20.00