Our everyday life is more and more captured by digital data. The promise says that an extensive collection of data can be translated into objective informations, whereas the translation of data depends on subjective selections of algorithms and devices.
The digital Rube Goldberg Prozessor articulates this subjectivity of data by transforming a flickr image in an endless cycle of interconnected computers and algorithms.
A media design workshop at HfG Karlsruhe, Communication Design Department: Prof. Florian Pfeffer, Indra Häußler
Lecturer: Jens Wunderling, Patrick Kochlik
Students: Matthias Gieselmann, Kirstin Griech, Stefanie Miller, Simon Schelsky, Nadja Schoch, Lisa Stöckel