Live multimedia performance for string quartet, electronic music and panoramic visuals, based on the concept of “graphic sonification”.
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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.
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.
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.
The Object of the Internet
The piece relies mostly on an analog and mechanical mediascape. There is no video signal, only lights, motors and mirrors. Mechanical vibrations of the installation are picked-up by contact microphones, amplified and transferred back through the metal structure by the means of a driver affixed to it.
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.
Turning the specter of internet surveillance into art
The Glass Room wants us to take a second look at privacy and power
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.
Senior editor at MIT Technology Review focused on internet culture.
Pioneering Internet artist and theorist, an experimental film and video critic and curator.
Thomson & Craighead
Jon Thomson and Alison Craighead are London-based visual artists, who work with video, sound and the internet.