Régine Debatty, art show curator and writer of the “We Make Money Not Art” blog, takes a look at a web service that simulates online interactions by taking the user's profiles and interests.

 

Last week, i was dragged out of bed at the most scandalously early hour to participate to the final jury of the projects presented by the students of the Master in Media Design at the Geneva University of Art and Design, aka the Head. The programme has been launched two year ago and a first class of students were finishing their cursus. We had seven projects to review and mark. The one that really stood out for me was Matthieu Cherubini‘s rep.licants.org web ‘service.'

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