Sunrise/Sunset is a series of Internet art projects that mark sunset and sunrise in New York City every day. All are commissioned by the Whitney specifically for whitney.org, each project unfolding over a time frame of ten to thirty seconds.
UBERMORGEN’s research-based practice is driven by a desire to satisfy their own curiosity, without the constraints of having a defined political agenda or preconceived beliefs. Their open-ended investigations focus on the concept of corporate and governmental authority, power structures, and institutional and individual responsibility.
Known as one of the “premiere web sites for net art,” Turbulence.org (1996-2016) commissioned over 220 original Net | Web | Hybrid Art works and hosted over 20 real-time, multi-location performances. As networking technologies acquired wireless capabilities and became mobile, Turbulence.org remained at the forefront of the field by supporting artworks created for ‘mixed realities’, such as Locative Media and Augmented Reality (AR)
THE THING was founded in 1991 by artist Wolfgang Staehle and became a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation in September 1998. Prior to that date it was supported entirely by the dedication and enthusiasm of a community of volunteer activists and artists. Even with these limited resources THE THING quickly gained a reputation as a center for new media practice and theory, social forums and on-line art projects.
Founded by Tank Magazine in 2003 www.tank.tv is an online gallery and inspirational showcase of artist's film and video. Dedicated to exhibiting both emerging and established international artists on the web, we curate around eight exhibitions a year and hold events at and with some of the world's most respected institutions such as Tate Modern, the ICA, ZKM Kalrsruhe and Kulturhuset Stockholm. Each show has a global audience, which can also access our archive of over 600 previously exhibited moving image works.
SPAMM The SuPer Modern Art Museum is an international platform for post-Internet artists, an open space for digital creation, a decentralized alternative to the elitism of contemporary art.
Founded in 2011 by the French net-artist Systaime, the origin of the French Trash Touch (nod to the French techno vein that brought the Daft Punk & co to international attention), SPAMM is the emanation a net-culture that defends open access to the creation and appropriation by digital artists of their workspace and demonstration.
In recognition of the pioneering experimental works continually being produced by artists for the internet Soundtoys.net has been established to provide a space for the exhibition of exciting new works by a growing community of audio visual artists, while also providing a forum for discourse around new technologies and the nature of soundtoys.
Runme.org is a software art repository, launched in January 2003. It is an open, moderated database to which people are welcome to submit projects they consider to be interesting examples of software art.
Software art is an intersection of two almost non-overlapping realms: software and art. It has a different meaning and aura in each. Software art gets its lifeblood and its techniques from living software culture and represents approaches and strategies similar to those used in the art world.
The Rhizome ArtBase was founded in 1999 to preserve works of net art that were deemed to be "of potential historical significance." Encompassing a vast range of projects from artists all over the world, the ArtBase provides a home for works that employ materials such as software, code, websites, moving images, games, and browsers.