The "net-art.org" website is an online-only exhibition of the early (and continuous) history of Internet art. This site provides links to original content to net-art projects and related websites made since the rise of Internet art in de '90 into the mainstream art world. Would you like your work to be featured here? Submit your work here

Kalx

This website is a net-art piece by itself. Explore it by clicking around and find vector graphics, map outlines, news photographs, pornography, advertising and video games.

The Secret Garden of Mutabor

The Secret Garden of Yenz is a unusual point and click type adventure game with really nice graphics and design. "The Secret Garden of Mutabor is in great danger. You just came in time to save us!

Fuji

"FUJI spaces and other places" by Nurit Bar-Shai Appropriating, processing, and interweaving several existing webcam feeds of Mount Fuji, "FUJI" is a durational piece for four seasons.

Requiem for a Dream

Requiem for a Dream: this is the website for the movie "Reguiem for a Dream". The site is mocking the screaming imagery of commercial websites.

River the Net

River The Net (Riverthe.net), [first conceived as Project Ten back in April] you can upload a ten second or less clip, anonymously, and you have the option of giving that video three tags.

Gridcosm

Gridcosm is a collaborative art project in which artists from around the world contribute images to a compounding series of graphical squares.

Medialounge

Medialounge.org (aka sign69) cybermind designs. channeling recreational synthesis in unified fields of consciousness.

Visualdata

Astonishing flash visuals by Ronald Wisse, a dutch digital creative operating under the name visualdata since 1998.

Loaded 5x

we are always waiting for the big
event that will change our lives forever --
not to make our lives a paradise,
but to give us direction, to find out what

No fun

In "No Fun" Franco Mattes simulated his suicide in a public webcam-based chat room. Thousands of random people watched while he was hanging from the ceiling, swinging slowly, for hours.

Cameron’s World

“Cameron’s World,” built by Berlin-based designer Cameron Askin, is a frenetic web-collage created as “a love letter to the internet of old.” Divided into thematic rows of over 700 images Askin sou

Oculart

Geoffrey Lillemon (1981 USA) brings a classic romantic painting and drawing style to technology to reinterpret artistic practice.