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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.
Browser Pong is a traditional Pong game played not in a browser window, but with browser windows.
ClickClub is an art project by Peter Luining, consisting of a webpage with images that all link to new pages with animations, images, interactive pages, often with stimu
The site is a collection of animated DHTML pages, stitched together, to reload and refresh randomly into each other.
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.
Project being ephemeral variation placed in time and net space.
Play-lets is a project for the web by Conor McGarrigle which explores the structure and nature of memory.
"Playdamage org is an abstract multi-sensory journal exploring the parameters of visceral, pre-cognitive expression.
Please Change Belief
"Please Change Belief" is a project built for the World Wide Web which consists of several sections (be prepared to explore a bit to figure out how it works and how to navigate the site).
Mark Napier’s Riot is an alternative, "cross-content" Web browser.
The net.art output of a San Francisco based graphic designer using DHTML.
The Liar of the Marrow Monkey
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
The World of Awe - a travelers tale
Salvaged off a laptop, World of Awe 1.0 contains the journal of a traveler in search of a lost treasure.
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The works of Rafaël Rozendaal are bold, clever art websites, which he sells to collectors as discrete URLs with the stipulation that they must remain public—the collector's name appears in the brow