Once completed, AND – Artists Network Database represents the database including the biographies of artists and curators who are participating in “The New Museum of Networked Art” and its subordinated project environments since 2000.
This database curated by Agricola de Cologne will allow all people who are interested in receiving information about these artists to access their involved art works and the connected project environments online.
As a pioneer in the field of Media Arts research, the ARCHIVE OF DIGITAL ART (ADA, former Database of Virtual Art) documents the rapidly evolving field of digital installation art for more than a decade now. This complex, research-oriented overview of works at the intersection of art, science, and technology has been developed in cooperation with international media artists, researchers and institutions, as a collective project.
ArtFem.TV is an online television programme presenting Art and Feminism. The aim of ArtFem.TV is to foster Women in the Arts, their art works and projects, to create an international online television screen for the creativity, images and voices of Women. ArtFem.TV is a non-profit artist run ITV and media art portal about Art and Feminism.
Founded in 1995, The Hyper-X Online gallery exhibits cutting-edge net art, digital narrative, and experiential codework. Home to the first-ever online net art exhibition ("Digital Studies: Being In Cyberspace"), Hyper-X continues to investigate the slippery border between exhibition, publication, and performance. Guest curators include Mark Amerika, Abe Linkoln, Christiane Paul, and Jay Dillemuth.
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CTheory is an electronic academic journal published since 1996. It is an international journal focusing on technology and media theory, technology, and culture, publishing articles, interviews, book reviews and "event-scenes." It is edited by Arthur and Marilouise Kroker.
The Digital Latin American Cultures Network researches the cultural dimensions of new media in Latin America, and includes analysis of digital cultural products such as blogs, apps, videogames, works of net.art, e-poetry or hypermedia novels, as well as more ethnographic study of the communities and practices that are generated by and through the use of new media in the region.
Electronic Literature Organization, the international organization dedicated to the investigation of literature produced for the digital medium.
Founded in Chicago, Illinois in 1999, the ELO now has a presence across North America and in South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa. Our members hail from a wide array of disciplines and areas of study, including Art, Literature, Communication, Computer Science, Humanities, Digital Humanities, Media Studies, Women Studies, and Comparative Media.
In 1996 artists Ruth Catlow and Marc Garrett initiated an online community for collaboration and experimentation, informed by community arts, pirate radio, activism and street art. A grassroots network and programme emerged, inspired by free and open software cultures. Challenging notions of the individual genius artist this continues to thrive and to engage diverse people with arts, technology and its impact on social change.