Internet art

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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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Petra Cortright is a contemporary Californian Net artist, born in 1986.
org transcends the merely macabre to offer a gripping prototype for Net artist as ghost in the machine.
Most of the experiences of net artists anthologized in Quaranta's volume are concerned with remediation of other media in a creative practice of "postmodern citationism" (119).
Early net artists embraced the bugs and viruses that these codes carry, accepting mistakes, artifacts, and ruptures as emergent properties of a technologically mediated environment.
A few years later utopias of communication, interactivity, and community building began to shape the discussion of the first Net artists and activists--occasionall y with conscious reference not only to the mail-art activists from which General Idea was descended but, at times, to early issues of FILE.
With some seven thousand links covering Net artists, researchers, and publicists, it might be the most comprehensive website of what Grether calls "Net knowledge"-- and possibly the worst nightmare of a link list to navigate.
Her first curatorial project at the Whitney, an exhibition of work by Net artists presented as a component of the museum's ongoing "Contemporary Series," is scheduled to open in the fall.
Actually, Net artists make up a fairly high percentage of the total number of artists included, but since most of the space they occupy is virtual, it seemed reasonable to include so large a proportion.