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The Net Art Open 2006, the best online art blogged.

Published: 2006-12-06T12:51:17+00:00


Imagine This : Cal-TV


Imagine This Imagine This is an audio mash up of GW Bush singing the John Lennon classic "imagine", it has been a worldwide hit and has made it into (John Peel's) BBC Radio 1 Music Festive 50 on UK...

Ritual Reportage : GilbertandGrape


Ritual Reportage GilbertandGrape are (UK/N) performance duo Anne-Marte Eidseth Rygh and Helen Pritchard. Every second Thursday of the month a three minute film was sent to our blogg. People we met were given a list of rituals from which...

Mirage : Tony Rickaby


Mirage Mirage reflects on August 6th 1945, the day the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima. The first part represents an infant’s close-up view of things, with touchable objects, bright colours and nursery rhyme-type attempts at understanding a comfortable...

Tenderly Yours : Peter Horvath


Tenderly Yours Tenderly Yours resituates the personal, casual and ambiguous approach of French new wave cinema in a net art narrative that explores love, loss and memory. The story is recited by a striking and illustrious persona, who moves...

Beyaz Sayfa : Bulent Bas


Beyaz Sayfa Everything is purged from this web site but art, no ideas have entered this work...

The 12hr isbn-jpeg project : Brad Brace


The 12hr isbn-jpeg project Serial eccentric continuous hypermodern imagery posted online since 1994...

meyouother : Matteo Peterlini


meyouother The contemporary identity is characterized by its indetermination and its trasversality its evanescence and untouchability. Showing itself to the world it is never present but always elsewhere. The project is meant to show how we can swap from...

5883 Sectors of Structure : David Gardener


5883 Sectors of Structure 5883 Sectors of Structure is a personally mapped timeline of information gathering and order. It maps both graphically the time spent filling out and researching personal family information for a collection of application forms that...

mimoSa : Alexandre Freire, Etienne Delacroix, Giuliano Djahdjah, Luís "Asa" Fagundes: hacker, Murmur, Ricardo Ruiz, Romano, and Tatiana Wells


mimoSa mimoSa is a continuous workshop that moves around Brazilian cities collecting people's stories using recycled and reconstructed technologies. The aim of the workshops is to design a machine capable of altering the Brazilian mediascape. During the workshops a...

System for multiple compositions on a theme : Garrett Lynch


System for multiple compositions on a theme System for Multiple Compositions on a Theme is a series of videos shot and edited on analog equipment in 1995 for the sole purpose of experimenting with editing video to create audio...

Surreal Scania : Anders Weberg & Robert Willim


Surreal Scania – Exploring Imaginary Geographies. How do different places become interesting? In Surreal Scania digital video and GPS-units has been used to look into how aura and attraction are connected to different places. A number of points in...



minimum minimum is a web based visual struggle: lots of question, sometimes answers, nearly a few solutions, above all investigations of differences between visual narrative solutions...

Src : Reynald Drouhin


Src Src is a blog of images: images are shown as mosaics of details, each then visible in entire. The blog is divided in two parts : "Public" where anyone can post an image and "Private" only modified by...

Talking Walls : Jody Zellen


Talking Walls Talking-Walls is a dynamic website exploring the visual language of wall and street markings....

Islands Of Consciousness : Mario Klingemann & Oleg Marakov


Islands Of Consciousness When Oleg Marakov pointed out the similarities between his piece of randomly arranged music Islands and my random movie creator Flickeur it was immediately clear that a combination of both projects would definitely result in something...