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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With at best just one of everything, there is no sense of competition, little in the way of critical debate and a timid politeness that lends itself to a lack of ambition and a very badly networked art scene - locally, nationally and internationally.
In the last 5 years, there has been at times heated debate not only about how best to present digital and specifically networked art in an institutional context but also whether to do so at all.
A startup manual for the 21st century, Networked Art goes back to the future to investigate an untimely nexus of cultural creativity, social organization, and technical infrastructure.
On the basis of these readings alone, Networked Art is a significant contribution to 20th-century art history.
Intimate Bureaucracies" functions as the secret title of this important book, for receivable networked art is defined by its remixing of the personal and the impersonal, the intimate and the bureaucratic.
Craig Saper is the author of Artificial Mythologies: A Guide to Cultural Invention and the forthcoming Intimate Bureaucracies: From Visual Poetry to Networked Art.
More broadly, we'll reflect on the past fifty years of media, technology, and art, from the Plexiglas and Porta-Paks of the '60s to the networked art of the present.
That art can actually propel political change is doubtful now, but no art more thoroughly courts the possibilities of openness than this networked art of interactivity.

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