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

Medialounge

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

Axis of Life

The bloody Axis of life will take you with the help of Hitchcock, the partisans and the nazi collaborators domobrans to the ex-Yugoslavian territory.

/source/(postfactual)

A seemingly void, monochrome white surface is all it shows; and frustrates the viewer with a mouse cursor, which is difficult to locate, to control and direct, as isolated potential ‘facts’ pop up

Ghost City

Ghost City is a website that was begun in 1997. It is a virtual city that has become an archive of changing web technologies.

The cyber-kitchen

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

Visualdata

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

SOD

Jodi's SOD is a modification of the game Wolfenstein. You can actually attempt to play the game, but everything is scrampled.

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 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!

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.

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

Bindigirl

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.