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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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In fact, he was exposed to the ongoing history of Internet art even before attending UCLA, where, he told me in a recent Google Hangout interview, he'd had a poster of Arcangel's Super Mario Clouds above his bed freshman year; and he followed influential figures like Paper Rad and JODI early on.
While the advantages of the Internet are undeniable, Colman (2004) has showed that there are difficulties inherent in using the Internet to conduct critical pedagogy, particularly when students are completely unfamiliar with Internet art and take web-design conventions for granted.
Mr Smith, who was born in South Shields, South Tyneside, first made an impact on the art world when he set up the internet art dealership Eyestorm with partner David Grob in 1999.
The 411: Each 45-minute episode of this audio podcast includes a roundup of education technology topics, from Internet art events to online calculators to video-sharing and virtual worlds.
But like many artists, the Eugene painter was thrilled to have sold a painting, and she didn't ask the hard questions of her Internet art ``customer'' until it was too late.
Penny Perutz set up an internet art gallery after her two children had left the family home and she suddenly found she had time on her hands.
This is why there is such a variety of information to be found: reference and full-text information, commercial and not-for-profit information, common-interest and strictly personal information, professional and recreational information, Internet art, and so forth.
But he also challenges critics of the development who claim that internet art sales undermine the integrity of the artists' work, reducing art to a commodity.
And now the multi-millionaire musician wants to sign the talented students to his Internet art gallery.
The competition is in conjunction with internet art dealer Britart.

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