- Grammatron, Mark Amerika (view High Bandwidth version)
- My Boyfriend Came Back from the War, Olia Lialina
- World of Awe, by Yael Kanarek, 2000.
- An Introduction to Net Art, (1994-1999) by Natalie Bookchin & Alexei Shulgin
- About Grammatron
- About My Boyfriend Came Back from the War
- About World of Awe
Choose one of the works to read/explore in-depth and write a post reflecting on themes explored so far: multilinearity, variability, combinatory poetics, intertextuality, reflexivity, navigation structures, the relations or tensions between image, sound, text. How do these online works differ from the earlier published hypertext fiction?
Talk: Net Art
“IF SOMETHING IS IN THE NET, IT SHOULD SPEAK IN NET.LANGUAGE.”
– OLIA LIALINA, 1997
- The World’s First Collaborative Sentence, by Douglas Davis, 1994
- Jodi.org, Joan Heemskerk and Dirk Paesmans, mid-1990
- Form Art, Alexei Shulgin, 1997
- superbad.com, Ben Benjamin, 2000
- Screenfull, Abe Linkoln (Rick Silva) and Jimpunk
My Boyfriend Came Back from the War, Olia Lialina
- Mi pololo volvió de Antuco. Después de comer nos abandonó.
- My boyfriend live-tweeted the war. After dinner they left us alone.
- The Last Real Net Art Museum
- work archive
Grammatron, Mark Amerika
World of Awe, by Yael Kanarek, 2000.
Epithelia, Mariela Yeregui, 1999.
System of Interrelated Styles, by M. Kitchell
-computer as semantic machine
-input and output of alphanumeric symbols
-internet as consciousness/unconsciousness
– what is our internet now? is it broken?
Hypermedia/net art exercises
- get dropbox account
- review basics, then advanced
- use blank theme to start : example
- class as net art collective: decide theme based on Bookchin & Shulgin outline
- find/collect/make text, images, gifs, video, images, screen grabs and add to folder
ELD Entries research