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Title: Internet art is art or, more precisely, cultural production which uses the Internet as its primary m


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Internet art is art or, more precisely, cultural
production which uses the Internet as its primary
medium and, more importantly, its subject, much
like video art uses video as its medium - but is
also very much about video, although many artists
working with the Net view video as only a
component in a Software Art or meta-art system,
which is very much "about" code.
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Quoting a definition by Steve Dietz, former
curator in new media at the Walker Art Center in
Minneapolis Internet art projects are art
projects for which the Net is both a sufficient
and necessary condition of viewing/expressing/part
icipating.
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Internet art can also happen outside the purely
technical structure of the internet, when artists
use specific social or cultural traditions from
the internet in a project outside of it. Internet
art is often, but not always, interactive,
participatory and based on multimedia in the
broadest sense.
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Internet art can take concrete form in artistic
websites, e-mail projects, artistic Internet
software, Internet-based or networked
installations, online video, audio or radio
works, networked performances and installations
or performances offline. Internet art as a
"movement" is part of new media art and
electronic art. A few sub-genres of Internet art
are software art, generative art, net.radio,
browser art, web-specific art, spam art and code
poetry.
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In literature, the terms Internet art,
Internet-based art, net art, net.art, Web art and
"artists working with networks" are used
together not any of those names has predominated
until now. Some feel the term net.art refers to a
specific group of artists working on the medium
from 1994-1999 these are usually referenced as
Vuk Cosic, Jodi.org, Alexei Shulgin, Olia
Lialina, Olivier Auber and Heath Bunting. This
can be misleading, however, as other artists were
working at the same time Jaromil, Superbad (Ben
Benjamin), Snarg, mez (mez breeze), Zuper
(Michael Samyn), I/O/D (Collective), Valéry
grancher, Frederic Madre, Eryk Salvaggio, Marc
Garrett, Ruth Catlow (Furtherfield.org) or
Antiorp to name but a few. Some culture producers
on the Internet liken the term "net art" or
"net.art" to a pun, a recapitulation of the
consumerist ideals of Pop Art.
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net.art
Internet art vs. art on the Internet Internet
art is created with and for the on-line
enviroment.
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My Boyfriend Came Back From the War, Olia
Lialina, 1996
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wwwwwwwww.jodi.org, Jodi.org, 1995
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Yeeha, Jodi.org, 1996
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404, Jodi.org, 1995
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Link X, Alexi Shulgin, 1996
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Desktop for Desktop Is, Natilie Bookchin, 1997
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Please Change Beliefs, Jenny Holzer, 1995
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Darko Maver, 01001011110101101.org, 1998-99
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Rain on the Sea, Young-Hae Chang Heavy
Industries, 2001
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World of Awe, Yael Kanarek, 1995 - present
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Heritage, Nicolas Clauss, 2003
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Intervals, Peter Horvath, 2004
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10 Myths of Internet Art - Jon Ippolito,
Assistant Curator of Media Art, Guggenheim Museum
1 The Internet is a medium for delivering
miniature forms of other art mediums.
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10 Myths of Internet Art - Jon Ippolito,
Assistant Curator of Media Art, Guggenheim Museum
2 Internet art is appreciated only by an arcane
subculture.
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10 Myths of Internet Art - Jon Ippolito,
Assistant Curator of Media Art, Guggenheim Museum
3 To make internet art requires expensive
equipment and special training.
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10 Myths of Internet Art - Jon Ippolito,
Assistant Curator of Media Art, Guggenheim Museum
4 Internet art contributes to the digital
divide.
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10 Myths of Internet Art - Jon Ippolito,
Assistant Curator of Media Art, Guggenheim Museum
5 Internet art web art
Tap, James Buckhouse, 2002
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Maximum Security, Yucef Merhi, 1995
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10 Myths of Internet Art - Jon Ippolito,
Assistant Curator of Media Art, Guggenheim Museum
6 Internet art is a form of web design
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10 Myths of Internet Art - Jon Ippolito,
Assistant Curator of Media Art, Guggenheim Museum
7 Internet art is a form of technological
innovation.
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10 Myths of Internet Art - Jon Ippolito,
Assistant Curator of Media Art, Guggenheim Museum
8 Internet art is impossible to collect.
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10 Myths of Internet Art - Jon Ippolito,
Assistant Curator of Media Art, Guggenheim Museum
9 Internet art will never be important because
you cant sell a web site.
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10 Myths of Internet Art - Jon Ippolito,
Assistant Curator of Media Art, Guggenheim Museum
6 Looking at Internet art is a solitary
experience.
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