Unbound to GPS coordinates, internet-based art has no place on these other lists, and since it isn’t fair to neglect the increasing amount of works designed specifically for cyberspace, 2015 welcomes our inaugural Best-of-the-Internet list.
CHICAGO — Today, a new expanded version of s[edition] launches and it will allow artists working with a wide range of digital technologies to be able to upload their work to the s[edition] platform and start selling their works to people around the world.
Responsibility for conservation or the decision to choose not to, is a growing question, and rests mostly on the artist.
Until this Thursday, an arcade of interactive artistic video games is up at Postmaster’s Gallery in Chelsea. This mix of lo-fi and hi-res graphics, raw exposed circuit boards and games with clever gotcha moments, was a jolt of quirky joy on a cold Saturday afternoon.
The Creator’s Project blog is looking at the ways people are trying to sell GIFs and other net art online.
Far too often great art on the Internet gets lost amidst the clutter of virtual mediocrity, or simply gets far too buried in the “shared” list of your RSS aggregator of choice. We’ve done the detective work for you and present five great pieces of art that should be on your radar (or at least saved to a different Bookmarks folder) …