Comfort culture is back and we’ve got the hoodies to prove it. The intention is to support young men constructing their identity.
San Francisco | CA | December 2000
What creates a portrait of a person now? Probably pictures stored on personal devices.
A year long revolving exhibition of two week solo sites took place in 2009 with accompanying essays by Caitlin Denny and Parker Ito.
„It's a place to bury a hatchet.
Immortalise the ephemeral.
Make a meme memorial.
Mark a mortal thought.
Body Anxiety shares the varied perspectives of artists who examine gendered embodiment, performance and self-representation on the internet.
Dollspace is a web environment, a labyrinth for doll and her orphan words to haunt.
The Colliders: four women who met online in 2001 and formed the globally distributed cyberformance troupe Avatar Body Collision in April 2002.
Loop was a group learning project from 1998. One web page a day for six weeks. 13 people. 364 pages. Starting from the most basic html getting more complex each day. A collective sketch book.
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The Lair of the Marrow Monkey, one of the first websites to be added to the permanent collection of a major art museum, is an experiment in using a dynamic, abstract interface to communicate memory
#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
"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.
In many of his works, Krassimir Terziev uses the language and technology of cinema and television to investigate and comment on how their shared visual culture shapes or affects our social and poli
In Bindigirl (1999), Prema Murthy represents herself as an Indian pinup girl in a critique of the Internet pornography industry and the Orientalism found in Asian pornography.
The Plaintext Players were an online performance (or "cyberpformance") group specializing in directed textual improvisations.
This net.art project is a collaboration between Marina Roy, David Clark, and Graham Meisner.