YouTube Searches as a Fragmented Piece of Liquid Art

YouTube Searches as a Fragmented Piece of Liquid Art

Get hypnotized in the dizzying overload of cat videos and how-to tutorials

Eva Recinos
  • 25 february 2016

The average Internet user probably spends an inordinate amount of time on YouTube. As a platform with almost every type of content imaginable, the site contains an enormous amount of information. Users visit it to find short videos for entertainment, tips for cooking, tricks for household tasks and much more. While this can serve as a seemingly endless resource, it can also result in information overload. Artist Daniel Canogar wanted to recreate this dizzying experience in his piece Cannula.

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