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Tank tv

Launch project

Founded by Tank Magazine in 2003 www.tank.tv is an online gallery and inspirational showcase of artists’ 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.

Runme

Launch project

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.

Furtherfield

Launch project

Furtherfield.org believes that through creative and critical engagement with practices in art and technology people are inspired and enabled to become active co-creators of their cultures and societies.
Furtherfield.org provides platforms for creating, viewing, discussing and learning about experimental practices at the intersections of art, technology and social change.
HTTP Gallery in Haringey, North London is Furtherfield.org's dedicated space for physical events and residencies. VisitorsStudio is their online space for live audiovisual media remixing. From their offices at HTTP, Furtherfield.org initiate and provide infrastructure for commissions, events, exhibitions, internships, networking, participatory projects, peer exchange, publishing, research, residencies and workshops.

Neural

Launch project

12" activism art biotech book bookshop CD cd+ cd-rom code copyright dvd floppy disk hacking hacktivism interactive literature magazine media mobile music net neural performance preservation psychogeography radio robot science software sound theatre tv video videogame visual abstract acoustic acoustic/digital ambient audio art bastard pop breakbeat breakcore circuit bending deep drone electro electronic dance electronica ethnic experimental field recording field recordings folktronica free form funk gabber glitch'n'cuts house impro industrial laptop mashup microsound minimal minimal techno noise plagiarism playlist post rock prepared piano rave soundscape soundscapes soundtracks techno

Netzspannung

Launch project

netzspannung.org is an Internet platform for artistic production, media projects, and intermedia research. As an interface between media art, media technology and society, it functions as an information pool for artists, designers, computer scientists and cultural scientists. Headed by » Monika Fleischmann and » Wolfgang Strauss, at the » MARS Exploratory Media Lab, interdisciplinary teams of architects, artists, designers, computer scientists, art and media scientists are developing and producing tools and interfaces, artistic projects and events at the interface between art and research. All developments and productions are realised in the context of national and international projects.

Media Art Net

Launch project

Objectives
Media art—by definition multimedia, time-based or process-oriented—cannot be sufficiently mediated in book form. Mainstream art and cultural mediation, still being primarily print-based, do little justice to its specificity. On the other hand, Net-based media have not yet been able to establish platforms that reach more than the usual circle of insiders. Introducing the range of topics related to media and art, «Media Art Net» thus aims at establishing an Internet structure that offers highly qualified content by granting free access at the same time.

Turbulence

Launch project

Turbulence is a project of New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. (NRPA). Now celebrating 13 years, Turbulence has commissioned over 160 works and exhibited and promoted artists' work through its Artists Studios, Guest Curator, and Spotlight sections.

As networking technologies have developed wireless capabilities and become mobile, Turbulence has remained at the forefront of the field by commissioning, exhibiting, and archiving the new hybrid networked art forms that have emerged.

Turbulence works have been included in the Whitney Museum of American Art's Biennial ('00, '02, '04), and its Bit Streams and Data Dynamics exhibitions; Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea; C-Theory, Cornell University; Ars Electronica, Austria; International Festival of New Cinema and New Media, Montreal; European Media Arts Festival, Germany; and the Sundance Film Festival, among others.

Whitney artport

Launch project

On March 1, 2001, the Whitney Museum launched artport.whitney.org, a website designed as a resource for Internet art, and as an online gallery space for original art works commissioned by the Whitney specifically for the site. The first project, “Idea Line” by Martin Wattenberg, was launched in the fall of 2001. Current digital arts exhibitions are accessible here, as are past exhibitions, such as the Whitney Biennial Internet art projects. A collection area archives the works of net art and digital art in the Whitney Museum’s holdings, including Douglas Davis’ The World’s First Collaborative Sentence, the first work of Internet art acquired by the Whitney Museum in 1995.