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Introduction to net art

In Arts and Culture

Alexei Shulgin & Natalie Bookchin’s “Introduction to net.art” served as a self aware, tongue-in-cheek manifesto for the net.art scene of the 90’s. Alexei Shulgin & Natalie Bookchin’s “Introduction to net.art” served as a self aware, tongue-in-cheek manifesto for the net.art scene of the 90’s.

Rhizome

In Networks and Organizations

The Rhizome ArtBase is an artist-driven, web-based archive of new media and digital art. It provides public access to a wide-ranging collection of significant works and serves as a platform for artists to share their work within a relevant context. Its purpose is pedagogical: to preserve, promote, and educate around this emergent field of practice. 

Documenting and archiving internet based art

In Arts and Culture

Early internet based artworks are disappearing rapidly and en masse, due to various reasons such as technical problems, software updates, and server costs. These conceptual, technical and performative works will be lost for future generations, without the research and contextualization many of these works deserve as some of the most compelling and significant artistic productions of our time.

STANZA

In Arts and Culture

Stanza is an internationally recognised artist, who has been exhibiting worldwide since 1984. He’s an expert in arts technology, CCTV, online networks, touch screens, environmental sensors, and interactive artworks. Recurring themes throughout his career include, the urban landscape, surveillance culture and alienation in the city. His mediums include; generative artworks, installations and performances.