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Albertine Meunier has been practicing so-called digital art since 1998, and is particularly inclined to use the Internet as raw material. She defines herself as a Net artist, which is not necessarily her artistic net value. This mildly obsolete expression—a Net artist is, quite simply, an artist of her time—helps to give her a human face, far from the coldness of digital machines. Read more

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As a smart object, DadaPrint3r can print in Paris what you say in Marseille, here and there, from your smartphone. You can print anything from practical memos to love letters, right in your beloved’s home. DadaPrint3r translates into written words whatever you say into your phone using the DadaPrint3r mobile application. Based on Google voice recognition technology, all speech captured by the microphone is optimally and efficiently processed. However, occasional moments of uncertainty may yield surprising results, as unclear words are transcribed as known words selected from the stored vocabulary of Google’s massive search database. As such, DadaPrint3r understands what you say, but also links you to the collective unconscious of Google searches. This combination of technological precision and artistic fuzziness gives DadaPrint3r a bit of fantasy, a bit of Dada. Try it once, you won’t be able to stop! Each word enounced and « understood » by Google Speech Recognition is printed on a small roll of paper. What Google understands is sometimes quite surprising!


You can interact with this artwork thanks to the android application ” dadaPrint3r ” soon available on Play Store.

The work is configurable via an account on the web page :

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Weight 0.905 kg
Dimensions 14.5 x 11.5 x 13 cm

Albertine Meunier






Beech wood, brass, mini thermal printer, paper roll, Photon electronic card


1001 copies

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