Art and New(ish) Media Websites

Donna Reiss

 

Motion Studies

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Music
Sculpture

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Digital Dance

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  • Zakros InterArts: "Founded in 1988 by Randall Packer...is dedicated to the research, creation and presentation of artistic forms that dissolve the distinction between disciplines and defy categorization."
  • Literary Resources Online highlights links to hypermedia literature, emphasizing e-poetry.
  • Rhizome ArtBase describes itself as "an online archive of Internet art projects. The goal...is to preserve Internet art projects for the future, and to provide a comprehensive resource for people who are interested in experiencing and learning more about Internet art." Includes interactive art. Browse without signing in on Fridays.
  • Alternative Museum, in existence since 1975, now incorporates Web and digital art.
  • Intercommunication Center: Visit the new media art at this Japanese site.
  • F.A.B.R.I.CATORS: Virtual reality art network described by Franz Fischnaller as "an interdisciplinary group concerned with the integration of technology, communication, art and design, [who] strongly believe that the integration of the existing cultural patrimony with digital arts and new technological systems can produce an intense marriage."
  • Voice of the Shuttle by Alan Liu at University of California Santa Barbara is an excellent starting place for all humanities research, mostly texts.
This list is necessarily limited and idiosyncratic, the listmaker an enthusiast of art, communication in new media, and intersections of literary and other arts
for educational purposes only
Website developed March 2001and modified 2 March 2004 by D. Reiss