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Open Directory – Arts: Digital: Net Art: Artists and Projects

  • 0100101110101101.org – Net.art pranksters and hacktivists. Hosts Art.Teleportacia by Olia Lialina, and remixes of other sites.
  • 200ok & Linktanks – Complex Shockwave art projects.
  • 360degrees – Participatory examination of the American criminal justice system that uses first-person stories, interactive data, and discussion to take a critical look at who is in prison today and why.
  • A Virtual Memorial – Memorial project created by Agricola de Cologne within his NewMedia art project network.
  • Allan, James – Net art and performance residue.
  • Aporia – Animated pseudo-code, video and poetry in a self described metaphysical pit of the new millennium.
  • At Any Time – An interesting net experience that will take you roughly 2 minutes to complete.
  • Babel – Experimental digital literature/art/design, including visual poetry, interactive video and non-linear fiction.
  • Baldwin, Lew: Redsmoke – Redsmoke was launched in 1995 as a vehicle for a fictitious rock band. Includes Platters, an episodic story about a man who finds evidence of a programmed human worker.
  • Benjah 01xy – A collection of experiments and broken looking spasmodic animations.
  • Benjamin, Ben: Superbad – The net.art output of a San Francisco based graphic designer using DHTML.
  • Berzowska, Joanna: Computational Expressionism – A gallery of applets that allow the user to create images in tandem with the arist’s algorithmical presets, and an “active essay” outlining the theory and giving embedded examples.
  • BlebNet – Includes projects Rhiz-o-mat, Anomie, aesthetic transfixion.
  • Bodytag – Artist Glen Murphy documents his explorations in visual computation.
  • Brace, Brad – Contemporary visual art projects.
  • Buerolandschaft – Collages, web experiments, artlinks, and a daily page.
  • Bunting, Heath: Irational.org – ‘Irationalists’ create work that pushes the boundaries between the corporate realms of business, art and engineering.
  • Bush, Katie: All Systems Go – A ‘vectorized/suburban experience in all its nauseous glory.’
  • Chronotext – A growing collection of software experiments exploring the relation between text, space and time. By Ariel Malka.
  • Cooper, Shane – Contains several interactive pieces, including a simulated webcam and chatroom, and an anonymous voice synthesis announcement system.
  • Crowds and Power – Crowds and Power uses mediated images to explore the relationship between space, memory, and territory. Windows containing image fragments emphasize the displacement of individuals and the transformation of urban space.
  • Davis, Joshua – ‘PrayStation’, 2003.
  • Deck, Andy – Experimental web interfaces using Java. Collaborative drawings, search engines, games and puzzles that run in your Java-enabled browser.
  • Deck, Andy: Artcontext – A hybrid of telecommunication, drawing, and conceptual art. Within the projects of Artcontext people can behave creatively and collaboratively, communicating and at the same time, substantially modifying and revising what will be the experience of the site for future participants.
  • Despised – Experimental project showing the viewer the society in the eyes of the editor.
  • Dextro and Lia: Turux – Experiments using Director.
  • DigitalThreat – Online collaborative of San Francisco based artists experimenting in digital design and technological diversions.
  • E: 13:4 3 :09 – A net.art loop.
  • Eggplant – Migratory web poetics of Fung Lin Hall.
  • Erational – A large body of work, ranging from flash experimentation to software art.
  • Exonemo – Formed in 1996 by Kensuke Sembo and Yae Akaiwa.
  • Exquisite Corpse – A database of narratives and a network of routes from one beginning to many possible endings. Contribute via Web, or email. By Sharon Denning and Ken Ficara.
  • Faesser, Roland – Contemporary digital images with a bent to a bizarre and peculiar reality, performance and motion.
  • Fakeshop – Live performances in real time and later exhibiting extracts from these performances in what founder Jeff Gompertz describes as a series of ‘multimedia tableaux vivants.’
  • Feldwege – A series of linked animations and interactive experiences.
  • Flong – Interactive art, audiovisual performance and other experimental projects by Golan Levin and collaborators.
  • Frank, Adam – Displays a growing collection of experimental fine art made specifically for the web.
  • Goldberg, Ken: Ouija 2000 – Commissioned by the art museum at UoC, Berkeley. Equates occult mysticism with the web, illustrating the mystification of new technologies and an uncritical reliance on the Internet as a source of information.
  • Greenwood, Steven – Net and media art projects.
  • Harvey, Auriea and Samyn, Michael: Entropy8Zuper! – Immersive net.art using Flash and Java.
  • Hise, Steev – The Detritus Sound Consensus Bakery netcasts an algorithmically generated sound collage.
  • Hunziker, Esther: Unfocus – Quicktime and shockwave required for this X-Cult hosted project.
  • Institut für Telenautik – The experimental broadcasting studio of Artschool Hamburg. Live streaming with the possibility of international contribution.
  • Jevbratt, Lisa: 1to1 – Interfaces/visualizations which explore the formal qualities of the web in relation to the larger network of which it is part: the Internet.
  • Knaven, Michiel – Art projects including “a polyphonic chronicle”, an imaginary journey, started in 1993, within the fields of music and visual arts.
  • Kunstform – German online art experience.
  • Lialina, Olia: My Boyfriend Came Back From The War – By Russian net artist, critic and curator Olia Lialina.
  • Liu See-le, Victor: The Slow Arrow of Beauty – Java applet which scours the Internet for related textual content, and presents the information in several simultaneous cascades.
  • Loseby, Jessica : net.art Sketchbook – Collected works of UK artist whose work centres around the cyber-domestic aesthetic, combining words, animations and sometimes sound. Flash and Shockwave.
  • Mark Amerika: Phon:E:Me – State-of-the-art web project, sponsored by the Walker Art Center and the Australia Council for the Arts.
  • Mouchette – The Thirteen year-old Mouchette gives users an opportunity on each page to share their impressions of the site. Recent projects include “Suicide Kit” and “Flesh&Blood.”
  • Mutagenesis – Explore six membrane-spanning alpha-helical domains.
  • Napier, Mark: Potatoland.org – Includes the Shredder, Digital Landfill, Riot, Pulse, and cBots.
  • Net Rezonator – A communication system or a chat application exchanging sounds and visuals.
  • O-O, Institutio Media – An experimental attempt to transfer an institution into the Internet and study its functioning in the Web.
  • Princess Series – A flash animated series telling the tale of a princess confined in a soul-sucking corporate tower, where she is forced to make coupons for cigarettes and junk mail.
  • RE:MOVE – Black and white Shockwave projects allowing the visitor to create images as well as view previous images.
  • Rorschach – Electronic inkblots
  • Shapevent – Ethereal interactive works created by Zevan Rosser.
  • Silicon Intelligence Network – Applied internet technologies, blurring the boundaries between all mediums of creation, and the fusion of the physical and the digital interactive.
  • Simon, John F.: Every Icon – Generates every possible combination of black-and-white squares in a grid of 32 x 32 beginning with all white squares and ending with all black. On an average computer, it would take several hundred trillion years for the process to conclude.
  • Snarg – Images melt into each other like a slideshow. Click the # and other images move and morph, responding unpredictably to playful and mouseclicks. Sound, interaction.
  • Sobell, Nina and Hartzell, Emily: ParkBench – Performance net.art, experimenting with the Web to discover its potential for creative, collaborative expression, and to explore and sculpt the boundaries between physical space and cyberspace.
  • Sounds and Colors – Intended to become a worldwide sound/color collage. Provides an array of sounds, colors and letters to be associated in pairs or triples.
  • Spook… – Distributed web based artwork exploring issues of surveillance, tracking and covert activity on the web in an interactive website based on the conventions of computer games.
  • Stromajer, Igor: Sprinkling Menstrual Navigator – Navigational movie from the creator of the Intima Virtual Base.
  • Suematso, Dyske: Netabstraction – Feed an URL to this Shockwave movie, and it crawls through the net finding links within links, abstracting images and source code that it finds along the way into a collage.
  • The Body Internet – Interdisciplinary artist, Kenneth Hemmerick, offers a gallery dealing with information found on the Internet.
  • The Central City – Interactive labyrinth based on the organic and emergent patterns of cities. By Stanza.
  • The Cities of Anacropolis – Based on a concept of urban development and the principle “nothing is constant except change”.
  • The HypArt Project – A single picture is created by several people. The image is divided into squares and each artist contributes one of them to the final picture.
  • The Plaintext Players – An online performance group using text-based virtual worlds to pioneer a new improvisational art form.
  • Theodorou, Lina – Selection of internet art work by contemporary artist Lina Theodorou.
  • This is friendchip – Interactive sound machines, self generating animations, sites for kraftwerk, scanner, and 13amp.
  • Vectorpark – Fun and addictive flash artwork by artist Patrick Smith.
  • Wangen, Bjørn: Id – Hyperlinked fragmented photos with textual elements. Javascript version of installation. 1997.
  • Weintraub, Annette: Sampling Broadway – Virtual tour of downtown Manhattan. Compares the city to media space by contrasting images of Broadway with animations, text, narration, and sounds of the street.
  • Workly.com – Open source experimental texture generation created with java.
  • Zanni, Carlo – Central page for desktop artist.
  • Zeleznikar, Jaka – Information about the artist and links to his digital art (net art) works.
  • dream7 – Where digital dreams come true.
  • hektor.net – Spoken word and video/flash poetry with an unusual edge.
  • lfoundation – Minimalist interactive net experiments.
  • s.EXE Interactives – Visual Sequencer – Visual sequencer by Christina Goestl, Renée Mussai, Clitoressa and Friends. Individual interaction on web; documentation of installation exhibited at Ars Electronica 2001.
  • subMETA – Random playground with mysterious/abstract interactions that create beautiful “accidents” and collisions.


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