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Internet art

(1) An artist's renderings displayed on a website instead of in a gallery.

(2) Artwork rendered on the Internet that the user interacts with in some manner. Internet art may include sound, animations and video. See electronic art and software art.
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announced its on-line art listing service, The Internet Art Database(TM) has reached $35 million in inventory.
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com Networks was formerly known as Deerbrook Publishing Group, before changing its name to reflect the company's added focus on creating an all-encompassing Internet art network.
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