Link Editions: What Color Is My Internet? by Greg Leuch

Link Editions: What Color Is My Internet? by Greg Leuch

Oct 27, 2015

Link Editions is proud to announce the release of a new book: What Color Is My Internet? by Greg Leuch. The 9th issue in the series “In My Computer”, the book is available for download as a PDF e-book, and as a print-on-demand paperback on Lulu.




Greg Leuch, What Color Is My Internet?, Link Editions, October 2015. English, Color, 192 pages, ISBN 978-1-326-44733-5


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Everyday we stare at computer screens as we type out emails, write code, upload photos, watch videos, and push around pixels. Billions of pages of information splashed with text and images are accessed daily, composed of colored dots emanating from a screen connected to a computer connected to the Internet. Together, these clusters of colors visually display information that we consume and that we create, colors that make up the viewers’ virtual worlds.
What Color Is My Internet? is self portrait of the artist as an internet surfer. The book tells, in visual form, the story of 90 days of Greg Leuch’s browsing activity, from May 7 to August 5, 2015. Datas and visuals are extracted from (2015), an online project by the artist, visualizing users’ Internet browsing history by capturing the average pixel color of each web page they visit.


Greg Leuch is a product designer specializing in web prototyping and early product development. He is presently Head of Product at betaworks, a startup incubator. Previously, he has worked at XOlator, BuzzFeed, Know Your Meme, & Rocketboom. He was also a virtual research fellow at Free Art and Technology Lab (F.A.T. Lab), and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.


The Link Art Center is proudly part of Masters & Servers. Networked Culture in the Post-Digital Age, a European adventure focused on a new generation of digital interventionism, awarded with a Creative Europe 2014 – 2020 grant. Up to August 2016, Masters & Servers will explore networked culture in the post-digital age.



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