The Censored Internet

June 21st, 2011

Constant Dullaart released a new Google website called thecensoredinternet.com. Of course it does just exactly that what it says, censoring the Google results. You might also enjoy his other Google websites like therevolvinginternet.com, thedisagreeinginternet.com, thedoubtinginternet.com, thesleepinginternet.com and an other new one internetspread.com.
By the way, if you’re in Berlin this Thursday evening you should come and see SPEED SHOW: ‘Internet Treffpunkt’ – solo show Constant Dullaart, curated by Aram Bartholl. You can expect a today and tomorrow SPEED SHOW on July 21st. Mark your calendar!

3 Responses to “The Censored Internet”

  1. James Cotton Says:

    Actually apparently in China the words ‘today’ and ‘tomorrow’ are banned from the internet. I remember reading about it in an interview with artist Ai Weiwei in timeout London’s magazine.

  2. pieter | today and tomorrow Says:

    Really? Can someone confirm this?

  3. The Censored Internet | Kotzendes Einhorn Says:

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