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

ascii history of net-art

#0 Works and experiments with moving ASCII , ASCII audio, ASCII camera and such, are all directed towards conversions of contents between one media platform and an other, every time carefully direc

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.

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.

Waxweb

Jacob Maker is a beekeeper who designs flight simulators. One day, the past arrives out of the future, and Jacob enters WAXWEB.

Jodi

Jodi pioneered Web art in the mid-1990s. Jodi were among the first artists to investigate and subvert conventions of the Internet, computer programs and video and computer games.

The cyber-kitchen

'the cyber-kitchen' is aimed at building a collaborative net.installation with its starting point in the cyber-domestic aesthetic.

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.

NIESATT

NIESATT observes the obsessions and addictions to the digitalized world of people nowadays, having lost their connection to nature and becoming victims of them selfs for ignoring environmental and

No man's land

In her project 'No Men's Land' cym tries to capture something of the rapid changes that are happening to the borders in Central Europe.

Human Readable Messages Mezangelle

Mez Breeze developed, and continues to write in, the hybrid language mezangelle. Her unorthodox use of language demonstrates the ubiquity of digitization and the intersections of the digital and the real that are increasingly common in 21st century life.