MILKProject

Esther Polak and Ivar van Bekkum’s MILKproject, produced in 2003 and 2004, is a prime example of locative art; works that utilize location-based media such as GPS or Google Earth in order to explore spatial interaction, or in the case of Polak and van Bekkum’s work in question, human reaction to digitally tracked patterns. The […]

MILK

“MILK uses GPS technology to map and visualize the continuous global flow of milk from the udder of a cow in Latvia to the consumer’s plate in the Netherlands.”[1]