NETART ANTHOLOGY


Rhizome from New York presents an exhibition reflecting on the process of narrating archives and histories of online artistic practice. The netart anthology is Rhizome’s major online exhibition featuring one hundred works that sketch a possible canon for net art.

via:     https://anthology.rhizome.org/

Pictures in this post show collective network collages from 1985 being created by several persons in Germany, France, Italy and Emgland while using the postal services for transport of the works from and to each other (including me).

 

 

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6 thoughts on “NETART ANTHOLOGY”

    1. Thanks a lot for your kind attitude and friendly ambitions which are greatly welcomed by me. However, this is an AWARD-FREE blog, and I am very sorry that this has been unclear for you, so I will adjust my blog appearance a.s.a.p. in order to avoid such unnecessary confusion in the future. My biggest award are nice, critical-constructive and/or reasonable comments from time to time. Have a nice summer 🥳

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    1. Thanks for your interest. And yes, the DINA-4 works did run thru a cycle of 6 persons using the postal system. And after several weeks the work which you personally started would come back to you now looking quite different. A very interesting collective experience.

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