The URL Project

Internet art pioneer Rafael Rozendaal’s latest project asks the public to come up with ideas for URLs which he will use to make art out of

Internet art pioneer Rafael Rozendaal’s latest project asks the public to come up with ideas for URLs which he will use to make art out of

The project is a collaboration between Rozendaal, the LA office of ad agency Kessels Kramer and MocaTV (the YouTube channel from the LA Museum of Contemporary Art which KK helped launch). “We’re asking for people to create an original idea for a URL and submit it in the user comments on the designated YouTube video,” the agency says. “Rozendaal will pick the most inspiring submission and turn it into an art piece itself.”

Suggestions so far include onandonandonandonandonandonand­on.com, this-is-my-earliest-internet-m­emory.com and the somewhat cheeky out-of-ideas.com

See more of Rozendaal’s work here

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