Algorithmic Art History is an online project based on the iterative use of Google Similar Images. Using a famous piece of art as a starter, Algorithmic Art History aims to poetically reveal how the algorithm works, recreating serendipity, and giving a sensation of the diversity of Internet content.
I gave a talk about Algorithmic Art History at Sud web 2015.
Algorithmic Art History appears in various press articles such as L'Œil de la Photographie / The Eye of the Photography.
A portfolio of Algorithmic Art History has been published in the French art review Nichons-Nous Dans l'Internet, challenging the paper format to restitute the scrolling sensation.