Josh Rigling is a conceptual artist from Vermont who has exhibited all over the world.

Rigling's web projects include “Mirrors & Rugs,” a memorabilia maze in legacy HTML and “Hidden Hidden,” a public GIF index. He created “World Famous Faces” for the Google Cultural Institute. “Cool Ascii Boxes,” a wall sculpture series for Mary Sky, runs “Cool Ascii,” a compendium of failed images.

Rigling's “Julia” showed at Gray Area in San Francisco, “Forest” at Minimicro Cinema in Cincinnati, and “Portraits” at The New Museum in New York City. His various internet GIF collections boast innumerable millions of views and shares.

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