Vuk Ćosić (1966, Belgrade, Yugoslavia) is a retired net.artist and ascii artist. Currently lives in Ljubljana. Best known as internet art pioneer and author of numerous net.art projects, working extensively with ASCII. Lecturer, writer and curator, exhibited, published and curated internationally. Co founder of Nettime, Syndicate, 7-11 and Ljudmila Digital Media Lab.
Most notable venues include: Venice Bienial; Walker Center, Minneapolis; Postmasters, NYC; Kunsthalle, Vienna; Stedelijk, Amsterdam; LAMoCA, LA; ICA, London; ZKM, Karlsruhe; Beaubourg, Paris. Some media: Suck, HotWired, ORF, Spiegel, Britannica, Newsweek, Artforum, NYTimes, El Pais..
- editor, ZKP3.2.1, Ljubljana: Ljudmila, Nov 1996.  (English)
- co-editor, The Beauty and the East. Filtered by Nettime, eds. Pit Schultz, Diana McCarty, Geert Lovink, and Vuk Cosic, Ljubljana, May 1997. Published on the occasion of Beauty and the East. (English)
- Vuk Cosic, "3D ASCII, An Autobiography".
- Sarah Cook, Vuk Cosic (eds.), Vuk Cosic: Net.Art Per Me, 2001. 
- Josephine Bosma, "Vuk Cosic interview: net art per se", 1997.
- Tilman Baumgärtel, "Interview w/ Vuk Cosic", 1997.
- Régine Debatty, "Interview of Vuk Cosic", Feb 2006.