Can abstract art be used as a tool to resist Google’s efforts to map the world’s every nook and cranny? Using screen captures from Google Art Project’s museum walk-throughs, Brooklyn-based artists Erica Love and João Enxuto have launched a ‘counter archive’ of blurred images obscured by Google for copyright reasons. The large inkjet prints have a shimmering depth recalling the 60s ‘Light & Space’ but pioneer a new medium between photography, installation and virtual art.

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