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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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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.
Daniel Tankersley has taught courses in digital fabrication, videogames, internet art, digital imaging, and time-based media.
He wrote his doctoral thesis on the history, aesthetics, politics and psychology of Internet art and social media at the University of Auckland, and previously lectured in art history and psychotherapy in New Zealand.
The missing student, from Poole, Dorset, is thought to have chatted with the unknown man on an internet art forum.
Mr Davies, who was born in Pembrokeshire and has a masters degree in fine art, has created artwork including sculpture, prints, video, internet art and baseball caps.
Created for the Internet art platform SRc of the Swedish National Radio, Let Them Sing It for You basically lets users type in any phrase and then converts the text into an audio file comprised of short clips from a strange and wonderful array of pop songs.
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.

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