A visit to Stéphanie Vidal’s blog Algorithmic Art History may start out with Keith Haring’s Tree of Monkeys, but you’ll end up coming across psych rockers, a Candy Crush-like scene with golden rabbits, and a lamplit bazaar.
To obtain this mix of genres, Vidal uses Google. First she chooses a work of art on Google Images, then consults its “Similar images.”
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