Internet art by Rachel Greene

When the Internet emerged as a mass global communication network in the mid-1990s, artists immediately recognized the exciting possibilities for creative innovation that came with it. After a century of unprecedented artistic experimentation, individuals and groups were quick to use the new technologies to question and radically redefine the conventions of art, and to tackle some of the most pressing social, political, and ethical issues of the day. Covering email art, Web sites, artist-designed software, and projects that blur the boundaries between art and design, product development, political activism, and communication, Internet Art shows how artists have employed online technologies to engage with the traditions of art history, to create new forms of art, and to move into fields of activity normally beyond the artistic realm. The book investigates the ways Internet art resists and shifts assumptions about authorship, originality, and intellectual property; the social role of the artist; issues of identity, sexuality, economics, and power; and the place of the individual in the virtual, networked age. Throughout, the views of artists, curators, and critics offer an insider's perspective on the subject, while a timeline and glossary provide easy-to-follow guides to the key works, events, and technological developments that have taken art into the twenty-first century.
200 illustrations, 100 in color (read a selection: Internet art(pdf)

These links all appear in Internet Art by Rachel Greene
B C D E F G H I J K L M N O OPQ R S T UVWXYZ

A
'010101' MOMA San Francisco
1:1 (2) (1999/2001) Lisa Jevbratt
34 NORTH 118 WESTJeff Knowlton
47 Seconds (2002) Elka Krajewska
79 Days (2003) Trebor Scholz
Acoustic Space
acoustic.space.lab
äda’web
Agatha Appears (1997) Olia Lialina
All My Life for Sale (2001) John D. Freyer
Alphabet Synthesis Machine (2002) Golan Levin with Jonathan Feinberg and Cassidy Curtis
ANAT
Artbase An online archive of new media art curated by Rhizome
Arctic Circle Double Travel (1994–95) Felix Huber and Philip Pocock
Artport Whitney Museum of American Art
ASCI
asdfg.jodi.org

B
Backlash (1998) Mongrel
bak.spc.org Backspace
banffcentre Banff New Media Institute at the Banff Center
bbc.co.uk/arts/digital BBC Arts (Digital Arts)
bcc (2001) Motomichi Nakamura
Beige (2000–present) Joe Beuckman
Bindigirl (1999) Prema Murthy
Biotech Hobbyist (1998) Heath Bunting and Natalie Jeremijenko
Blackness for Sale (2001) Keith Obadike
Black People Love Us (2002) Jonah Peretti
Bodies Inc (1996) Victoria Vesna and collaborators
The Body (1997) Shelley Jackson
The Body of Michael Daines (2000) Michael Daines
BorderXing (2002) Heath Bunting
Boston Cyberarts Gallery
Bureau d’Etudes
Burn (2003) Shu Lea Cheang

C
Center for Culture and Communication
The CADRE Laboratory for New Media
Candy Factory Takuji Kogo
‘Can You Digit?’ (1996) Postmasters Gallery
Carnivore RSG
Centre Pompidou Net Art
‘CODeDOC’ (2002) Various Artists
Colour Separation (1998) Mongrel
Communication Creates Conflict (1995) Heath Bunting
communimage (1999) calc and Johannes Gees
Computer Fine Arts
Consume.net (2002) James Stevens
Cream
Crossfade
CRUMB (Curatorial Resource for New Media Bliss)

D
DAKOTA (2001–3) YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES
Darko Maver (1998–99) 0100101110101101.ORG
Data Diaries (2002) Cory Arcangel
Deep ASCII (1998) Vuk Cosic
Desktop Is (1997) Alexei Shulgin
DIA Center – Artists’ Web Projects
DIAN (Digital Interactive Artists’ Network)
Digital Arts Development Agency
Digital Craft
Digital Landfill (1998) Mark Napier
The Digital Pocket Gallery
Done (1997) Vuk Cosic
Dot-Store (2002) Thomson & Craighead
Dru (Digital Research Unit)

E
Easylife
etoy CORPORATION
Every Icon (1997) John Simon Jr
Eyebeam Atelier

F
Female Extension (1997) Cornelia Sollfrank
Flesh Machine Critical Art Ensemble
FloodNet Electronic Disturbance Theater
Form Art (1997) Alexei Shulgin
Franklin Furnace
Free Radio Linux (2002–present) Radioqualia (Adam Hyde and Honor Harger)
Free Software Foundation
Frequency Clock (1998) Radioqualia (Honor Harger and Adam Hyde)
Furtherfield
‘Future Cinema’ (2002–3) Curated by Peter Weibel and Jeffrey Shaw

G
Gallery 9 Walker Art Center
Glyphiti (2001) Andy Deck
Grammatron (1997) Mark Amerika
Ground Zero

H
Halbeath (2002) Candy Factory and YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES
Handshake (1993) Joachim Blank
Harvestworks Media Arts Center
Heritage Gold (1998) Mongrel
HF Critical Mass (2002) Barbara Lattanzi
HiroshimaProject (1995) Akke Wagenaar
Hot Pictures (1994) Alexei Shulgin
http://404.jodi.org (1997) http://404.Jodi.org
http://wwwwwwwww.jodi.org
Hybrids (1999) 0100101110101101.ORG

I
IDENTITISWAPDATABASE (1999) Heath Bunting and Olia Lialina
‘Infowar’ web site Ars Electronica
Injunction Generator (2002) IPNIC
Institute for Applied Autonomy
Intercommunication Center Tokyo
The Intruder (1999) Natalie Bookchin
Irational.org
I Was a Soldier on Kosovo (1999) Teo Spiller

K
‘Kingdom of Piracy’ (2001–3)
King’s Cross Phone In (1994) Heath Bunting
Krematorium (1999) Miklos Legrady

L
Lab 404
Latin American Net Art
Learning to Love You More (2002) Miranda July and Harrell Fletcher
The Leonardo Gallery
Life_Sharing (2001) 0100101110101101.ORG
Link X (1996) Alexei Shulgin
Ljubljana Digital Media Lab
London.pl (2001) Graham Harwood
Low-Fi

M
Makrolab (debuted in 1997) Marko Peljhan
Mapping Contemporary Capitalism
MECAD – Media Centre of Art and Design
Mejor Vida Corp Minerva Cuevas
Mouchette (1996) Anonymous
Mr. Net.Art (1998) Kathryn Schmitt
My Boyfriend Came Back From the War (1996) Olia Lialina

N
Natural Selection (1998) Mongrel
NetArt Initiative
Net.art per se (1996) Vuk Cosic
NetArt Review
Net Criticism Juke Box (1997) Vuk Cosic
Net.Culture Club Mama
Netomat (debuted in 1999) Maciej Wisniewski
Nettime
Netzspannung Internet Media Laboratory
Netzwissenschaft
New Center for Art & Technology
New Media Scotland
New Museum of Contemporary Art
Nike sweatshop email (2001) Jonah Peretti
Nine(9) (2003) Graham Harwood
Nomad.net

OPQ
Opensorcery Anne-Marie Schleiner
Platfrom (2002) Rachel Baker
Pleix
Polymorphous Space

Post Media Network
QQQ (2002) Nullpointer

R
Radio 90 (1998) Heath Bunting
Radioqualia
Radiospace
Random Access Mortality (2002) MTAA
_readme.html (Own, Be Owned or Remain Invisible)
    (1996) Heath Bunting

rent-a-negro.com (2003) Damali Ayo
Rhizome.org
Rhizome ArtBase
®TMark
Runme.org (2002) Amy Alexander

S
Sarai
SAUL (2001) YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES
SFMOMA e-space
‘The Shock of the View’ (1998) Walker Art Center with the Davis Museum and Cultural Center
Shop Mandiberg (2001) Michael Mandiberg
The Shredder (1998) Mark Napier
Siberian Deal (1995) Kathy Rae Huffman and Eva Wohlgemuth
SOD (1999) Jodi.org
Soundtoys
SPC
Summons to Surrender (2000) Eddo Stern
Superbad Ben Benjamin
Superweed Project (1999) Heath Bunting and Rachel Baker
SWITCH

T
Tank TV
Tate Webart
The Telegarden (1995) Ken Goldberg and collaborators
Teleportacia
Tetsuo Kogawa
textz.com Sebastian Luetgert
THE THING
Archives of THE THING
They Rule (2001) Josh On and Futurefarmers
Trigger Happy (1998) Thomson & Craighead
tsunamii.net Charles Lim Yi Yong and Woon Tien Wei
Turbulence.org
The University of Openness

UVWXYZ
Unmovie (2002) Axel Heide
Untitled (1999) Vuk Cosic
The Institute for Unstable Media
VLOG (2001– present) Adrian Miles
Waag
Web Net Museum
The Web Stalker (1997) I/O/D 4
Will-N-Testament (1998) Olia Lialina
World of Awe (1995) Yael Kanarek
WWW Art Center Moscow jodi.org
Zombie and Mummy (2002–present) Olia Lialina and Dragan Espenschied