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This section is undergoing an overhaul and will soon be bigger and better.
We also suggest you check out these excellent resources on the web:
Chalkboard Forums | A shared message board with Plexus
Intelligent Agent | Newsletter for art and education technologies
ArtNet Magazine | Major art magazine on the Web
Thing Reviews | Reviews of exhibits around the world from The Thing
Rhizome | New media art mailing list
PRESS LINKSArticles pulled from the international media linked with relevant sites on the Web.
COLUMNS and PROJECTS
- MUSINGS by musEleanor
Occasional pieces by the artnetweb muse-in-residence.
- * Barbara Farrell - Endeavors
- TOKARTOK by G.H. Hovagimyan
Occasional pieces by the artnetweb artist-in-residence.
- * Why I Like the Web
- * The Censorship of Art
- * Lawrence Weiner/Conceptual Art
- * On Painting
- NEW YORK UNDERGROUND 1975-1985 by G.H. Hovagimyan
- It is the intention of this book to reveal the rich context and working environment of the "Underground New York 1975-1985" art scene much of which the general population has no knowledge. The book will cover artists groups, small publications, alternate venues, clubs and bars, collectors and the East Village art scene, giving the reader an insiders' peek into the why's and how's of the New York art world.
- THE GREENBERG SYMPOSIA
- An experiment in expanded art history based on an interview with critic Clement Greenberg.
- DIGITAL DIGRESSIONS Art at the End of the Millenium
- An "interactive essay" on communications, popular culture and the "ontology of the Web" by Edward Earle, senior curator at the California Museum of Photography, University of California/Riverside.
- MUTATIS MUTANDIS Vol.1, No.1
- Edited by Owen Drolet with "first impression" reviews of current exhibits, to be followed by "second looks" later in the month.
- WHERE WERE WE?
- The introduction by Robbin Murphy to the first articles to appear on ArtNetWeb on Art in the Digital Age.
- THE WORK OF ART IN THE AGE OF DIGITAL REPRODUCTION
An Evolving Thesis, 1991-1995
by Douglas Davis
- "The work of art in the age of digital reproduction is physically and formally chameleon. There is no distinction now between "original" and "reproduction" in virtually any medium based in film, electronics, or telecommunications."
- IMAGINING IMAGINATION
Righting the Novel for the World Wide Web
by Adrianne Wortzel
- "We can thank our lucky stars it was metaphor and not mathematics that our species cleaved to in a totally literal and active way."
- ART IN THE AGE OF DIGITAL PRODUCTION
Or Are Virtual Toilets As Good As The Real Thing?
by Saul Ostrow
- "Criticism and theory are territories without fixed objects. Their discourse can be assembled and re-assembled as circumstances demand. Deterritorialized in this manner, discourse comes to be understood, logically, as a series of statements open not only to interpretation but also application."
- TEXTS ON THE WEB
- Important texts available on the Web.