Icy wind of night be gone, this is not your domain,





Tuesday, July 19, 2011

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image from radiohead.com by danrickwood
so lately i've been getting into the digital stuff again. looking at 'Web Art'

Here are some links you might like:


Super Bad
"Superbad is a web art installation created by Ben Benjamin in 1997.
The site consists of a veritable maze of inter-linked visual, conceptual "subprojects" ranging from two-tone and technical-looking to wacky, colorful, and even bizarre."
http://www.superbad.com/

Jodi.org
"Jodi, or jodi.org, is a collective of two internet artists: Joan Heemskerk and Dirk Paesmans
since the mid-1990s they started to create original artworks for the World Wide Web."
Try out some of the computer game art.. well, just try everything under Selected Works
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jodi.org


Outsider Art
I Like Outsider Artists Take Apon Things, It Seems Innocent or Childlike-but also Haunting..
http://www.intuoutsiderart.com
Radio Head
a lot of the old radiohead sites are alike the internet artwork, check them out:
http://www.radiohead.com/Archive/
In the Last post i linked a page from one of these site i'll link it again:

No Data


BUTTERFIELD ON LINES
One of the worst sites on the net.


No Fun
In "No Fun" Franco Mattes simulated his suicide in a public webcam-based chat room. Thousands of random people watched while he was hanging from the ceiling, swinging slowly, for hours.
Watch No Fun

http://www.0100101110101101.org/home/hybrids/hybrids.html#

http://art.net/studios/digital.html

To Find More On Internet And Digital Art Use This Site


I'm thinking of making my own. i'd like to base it apon the concept of the lonely-vain feeling that i feel the internet gives me. umm.. i should write alot more about what i mean. later. as i explore it more. there is an artwork i did for a friend that might help. but i never took a picture of it before i gave it away. it said "your all so vain-But i Guess I'm not so different" on it. based apon an outsider art style.



Above is an artwork (that i have seen in life)
by the New York artist WeeGee

But Then Again:
"The problem with net art is that it is so opaque. The problem with net art is that it is so obvious. The problem with net art is that not everyone can see it. The problem with net art is that it takes too long. The problem with net art is that it's ephemeral. The problem with net art is that it's too expensive. The problem with net art is that anyone can make it. The problem with net art is no one supports it. The problem with net art is that it is being usurped. The problem with net art is that it's boring. The problem with net art is that it's too challenging. The problem with net art is all those plug-ins. The problem with net art is that it is so reliant on industry standards. The problem with net art is that it's old hat. The problem with net art is that it's too new. The problem is that there is no great net art."

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