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* [https://anthology.rhizome.org/ Net Art Anthology]. Presented by [[Rhizome]], 2016-2019. Retelling the history of Net Art from the 1980s through the present day by restaging and contextualizing one key net art project per week. [https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-10-artistic-masterpieces-meant-experienced-online]
 
* [https://anthology.rhizome.org/ Net Art Anthology]. Presented by [[Rhizome]], 2016-2019. Retelling the history of Net Art from the 1980s through the present day by restaging and contextualizing one key net art project per week. [https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-10-artistic-masterpieces-meant-experienced-online]
 
* [http://netart-datenbank.org/ netart-Datenbank], est. 2000, active through c.2005. Team: Nina Kahnwald, Anna Kohler, Tilman Linden, Thomas Noesler, [[Sakrowski]].
 
* [http://netart-datenbank.org/ netart-Datenbank], est. 2000, active through c.2005. Team: Nina Kahnwald, Anna Kohler, Tilman Linden, Thomas Noesler, [[Sakrowski]].
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* [http://www.year01.com/archive/plunder/ Pixel Plunder©], online exhibition on notions of authorship and copyright, curated by Michael Alstad and Michelle Kasprzak, 2001. [https://interaccess.org/exhibition/pixel-plunder%C2%A9] [http://wro03.wrocenter.pl/specials/stealing_to_subvert-en.html#pixelplunder]
 
* [http://project.arnolfini.org.uk/?t=5 project.Arnolfini], curated by [[Geoff Cox]], 2010.
 
* [http://project.arnolfini.org.uk/?t=5 project.Arnolfini], curated by [[Geoff Cox]], 2010.
 
* [http://web.archive.org/web/20140517163630/http://netpioneers.info/ netpioneers.info: contextualizing early net-based art], research project realized at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute Media.Art.Research., Linz, 2007-2009. (archived). [https://monoskop.org/log/?p=1327 Book published].
 
* [http://web.archive.org/web/20140517163630/http://netpioneers.info/ netpioneers.info: contextualizing early net-based art], research project realized at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute Media.Art.Research., Linz, 2007-2009. (archived). [https://monoskop.org/log/?p=1327 Book published].

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Artists

Works

Online exhibitions and databases

Selected recent works

2007 subvertr by Les Liens Invisibles. 2008 fuckflikr by Theo Watson, Jamie Wilkinson, and Greg Leuch; China Channel by Aram Bartholl, Evan Roth and tbx (fffff.at); Pirates of the Amazon by tbx and Timo Klok. 2009 Web 2.0 Suicide Machine by moddr; Seppukoo by Les Liens Invisibles; Give Me My Data by Owen Mundy. 2010 Repetitionr by Les Liens Invisibles; Firesheep by Eric Butler; FaceLeaks by Dušan Barok. 2011 Newstweek by Julian Oliver and Danja Vasilev; Piratebox by David Darts; motivo astratto by &; Love Machine by Julien Deswaef.

Catalogues

  • Net_condition: Art and Global Media, eds. Timothy Druckrey and Peter Weibel, MIT Press, 2000, 398 pp. Exh. held at ZKM Karlsruhe, 23 Sep 1999-27 Feb 2000. [7]
    • Net_Condition. Kunst / Politik im Online-Universum, Karlsruhe: ZKM, 1999, 42 pp. Exh. brochure. [8] (German)
  • Connessioni leggendarie: net.art 1995-2005, ed. Luca Lampo, Milan: ready-made, 2005, 117 pp. [9] (Italian)
  • Net art 0.1: desmontajes, Badajoz: Consejería de Cultura y Turismo/Junta de Extremadura, 2009, 154 pp. Exh. held at MEIAC, Museo Extremeño e Iberoamericano de Arte Contemporáneo, Badajoz, 21 Nov-28 Feb 2009. (Spanish)/(English)
  • Powered by Ljudmila, eds. Alenka Gregorič and Keiko Suzuki, Ljubljana: Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana / City Art Gallery Ljubljana, 2011, 96 pp. [10] [11] [12] (Slovenian)/(English)
  • Virtual Normality. Der weibliche Blick im Zeitalter des Internets, ed. Alfred Weidinger, VfmK, 2018, 208 pp. [13] (German)/(English)
  • Art in the Age of the Internet, 1989 to Today, ed. Eva Respini, New Haven: Yale University Press, 2018, 316 pp. Exh. held at ICA Boston, 7 Feb-20 May 2018. Review: Federici (CAA).
  • The Art Happens Here: Net Art Anthology, eds. Michael Connor, Aria Dean, and Dragan Espenschied, New York: Rhizome, 2019, 400 pp. Essays by manuel arturo abreu, Josephine Bosma, Megan Driscoll, Ceci Moss, Lila Pagola, Paul Soulellis, Elvia Wilk. [14] [15]

Events

Literature

Books

Journal issues

  • kritische berichte 26(1): "Netzkunst", eds. Christoph Danelzik-Brüggemann, Annette Dorgerloh, Brigitte Schoch-Joswig, and Michael Scholz-Hänsel, 1998. TOC, [32]. (German)
  • AI & Society 14(1): "Database Aesthetics: Issues of Organization and Category in Online Art", ed. Victoria Vesna, 2000.
  • terminal 101: "Net art, technologie ou création?", Paris: Harmattan, May 2008, 176 pp. [33] (French)
  • WJ-SPOTS 1: 15 ans de création artistique sur internet / 15 years of web creation, ed. Anne Roquigny, 2011, 132 pp. [34] (French)/(English)
  • WJ-SPOTS 2: Les artistes s’emparent du réseau / Artists take over the network, ed. Anne Roquigny, 2011, 132 pp. [35] (French)/(English)
  • frieze d/e 14: "Missing Links: '90s Berlin Net Art", May 2014. Focuses on the 1990s Net art scene in Berlin. [36] [37] (German)/(English)
  • Springerin 1: "Kritische Netzpraxis", Vienna, Jan 2015. Editorial & TOC. Roundtable. Report from launch debate. (German)

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