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Internet Links.

A virtual jam session of internet links that represents a certain time in the world wide web. All links to works have been selected old wild wild west internet style, and without prior consent from the artists (if you want your link taken down, just say so, no hard feelings), with the sole purpose of showcasing my research, and making the work more popular.

Curated by David Quiles Guilló.


Foolproof self-destructing sketchpad to create melodies charged with moving shapes.

Escape zoom.

Allows you to self-sabotage your audio stream, making your presence unbearable to others.

A place we share.

A utopian place that is equally shared by everyone who is present in that very moment.

The exclusive website.

You are waiting to enter. only one visitor is allowed. Play sound.

Tracing you.

Presents a website’s best attempt to see the world from its visitors’ viewpoints.

Music of the spheres.

Data sonification turns images from space telescopes into tunes.

A manual for the display of interactive new media art.

To create exhibitions that exploit the medium to its maximum potential.

Left, right, left, right.

As a script for movement, words are synchronized across all browsers, ensuring that every visitor sees the same text at the same time.

Compressed landscapes.

An algorithm visits flickr, randomly selects a landscape image and compresses it into a raw computational impression.


A totally generic video with ripped stock and news footage meant for showing on best buy.

I miss the office.

Provides you with the soothing tones of modern office life to help you focus when working from home.

Slow hot computer.

Makes your computer run slow, and hot, so you can be less productive. It works by running processor-intensive calculations.

Radio garden.

Allows you to listen to thousands of live radio stations world wide by rotating the globe.

Blob opera.

Play four opera voices in real time. no singing skills required.

I don't care about cookies.

Get rid of them warnings from almost all websites.

Pixel synth.

A lofi video synthesizer in your browser.

Recurrent morphing radio.

A generative neural system that feeds on the most consumed genres on digital music platforms to create new sounds.

2o2o game.

Play through the australia wildfires, covid-19, the stock market crash, the rise of tiktok, the usa elections.

For whom my phone rings.

Since today they're all ringing for you. take your time, turn on your speakers, wait.

Neon life.

Gives you the power to create, customize, and publish video artificial humans, but not in real time, yet.

Music for programming.

A series of mixes intended for listening while +task+ to aid concentration and increase productivity.

You have no god.

Explore a spiralling classical adventure game through lush worlds, raw code and pure self doubt.

Song Maker.

A simple way to make and share a song.

An idea for a website.

Actually, hundreds of ideas for a website.

Scroll it.

Can help you get rid of senseless everyday activities.

Everything else is unbearable.

An album of field recordings released by a swedish supermarket brand features noises of checkout beeps, bags being packed and tannoy announcements.

Beat blender.

Explore and create beats in a fun new way using machine learning.

The founder.

Dystopian business-simulator game about technology, profit and power.

Return reverse.

A place to endlessly stare providing a moment of stillness in the infinite web chaos.

My desktop life.

A flow of consciousness composed of different layers of images, texts, sounds, and voice that melt into each other.

All RGB.

Images with one pixel for every RGB color; not one color missing, and not one color twice.

The boy who could change the world.

Writing reflects thinking. thinking evolves. free culture.

Amazon dating.

Hot singles near you starting at $4.99 with prime delivery.

The endless doomscroller.

An endless stream of doom, without all the specifics.

Post internet.

Art after the internet.

Sounds of the forest.

An open source library of the sounds of woodlands and forests from all around the world, to be used by anyone to listen to and create from.

The forever social.

Digital immortality is now yours.

Bye everybody.

The unbearable beauty of a unique moment when a meeting deflates, connections vanish and people disappear.


Experiments in immersive narratives, social interaction, digital aesthetics and critical perspectives.

Random street view.

Travel around the world without leaving your couch.

Teletext art.

Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.


When caressed, it waves gently. When rubbed, it swings playfully. And occasionally, it wags just to say hello.

Colour time.

Moves almost imperceptably through a sequence of colours challenging the pace of the internet.

Lectures on quantum computing.

No previous knowledge of quantum physics is required to follow these open, free lectures on quantum computing.

Predictive art bot.

An algorithm that turns the latest media headlines into artistic concepts to prophesize an absurd future.

Track this.

Feel like ads on the internet know you too well? Fool trackers into thinking you're someone else.


Caution if you are wearing headphones: Extremely loud sounds.

Pest to power.

A science-quasi-fictional quest into the peculiar behaviour of cockroach  to explore the idea of eco-centric futurism.


You have finally reached the end of the internet. There's nothing more to see, no more links to visit. You've done it all.





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