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“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.
Expanded Internet Art
“Expanded Internet Art” is the first comprehensive art historical study of “expanded” internet art practices.
Ten Myths of Internet Art
This article identifies ten myths about Internet Art, and explains the difficulties museums and others have understanding what it means to make art for the Internet.
Web Work: A History Of Internet Art
"The term 'net.art' is less a coinage than an accident [...] Spreading like a virus among certain interconnected Internet communities, the term was quickly enlisted to describe a variety of everyday activities."
Lorna Mills on GIF Art, Internet Aesthetics & NYC Fairs
Mills answers some questions via email about the origins of her practice, her favourite new-media artists and more.
Creativity in the digital age: how has the internet affected the art world?
A new exhibition examines the relationship between internet and art from how we view older pieces to how newer visions have been shaped by online tools.
Art and Technology (BFA)
An emphasis in Art and Technology allows students to focus on the creative use, misuse, and investigation of technology in an art-making practice.
Art and Electronic Media
A timely survey that addresses the relationship between art and electronic technology, including mechanics, light, graphics, robots, virtual reality and the web.
Nichons-nous dans l'Internet
"Nichons-nous dans l'Internet" (which can be translated "Abreast of the Internet") is a bilingual printed magazine about the Internet.
Art of the Digital Age
This book explores the ways in which traditional painting and sculpture have been significantly changed by digital technologies.