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  • .-_-. (1)

    .-_-. works with crowds and communities as peers to experiment on the potential of artistic creation of the peers, to debate on the notions of art, culture, life and information technologies and to create free/open source copyleft content and artworks that can be shared and appropriated freely so that new works and concepts can be developed.


  • Achim Wollscheid (1)
  • Adam Curtis (1)
  • Adam Ferriss (1)
  • Adam Harms
  • Aina Smid

    Aina Smid lives and works in Ljubljana as an art historian (Faculty of Philosophy, Ljubljana); she also works as contributing editor of an art-design magazine.

    Along with Marina Grzinic, she has been involved with video art since 1982. They have collaborated on more than 30 video art projects, a short film, and numerous video and media installations; independently they have directed several video documentaries and television productions. Grzinic and Smid have presented and exhibited their videoworks and video installations in more than 100 video festivals around the world and have received several major awards for their video productions.

  • Alessandro Ludovico (3)
  • Alex Galloway (1)

    Alexander R. Galloway is an author and programmer. He is a founding member of the software collective RSG and creator of the Carnivore and Kriegspiel projects. The New York Times recently described his work as "conceptually sharp, visually compelling and completely attuned to the political moment." Galloway is the author of Protocol: How Control Exists After Decentralization (MIT, 2004), Gaming: Essays on Algorithmic Culture (Minnesota, 2006), and a new book cowritten with Eugene Thacker called The Exploit: A Theory of Networks (Minnesota, 2007). He teaches at New York University.

  • Alexandra Marzella (1)
  • Alexei Bazunov (1)
  • Alexei Shulgin (4)

    is a Russian born contemporary artist, musician, and online curator. Working out of Moscow and Helsinki , Shulgin established the Immediate Photography Group in 1988 and started his career in this area of study. After 1990, he shifted his interests from photography to the Internet, and consequently, in 1994, founded Moscow-WWW-Art-LabWWW Art Lab, collaborating with many artists from London and Slovenia. That very same year, the artist created an online photo museum called "Hot Pictures". In 1997, Shulgin continued his work with the invention of Form Art (Form Art), and later that year the introduction of the easy life website (Easy Life). In 1999, Shulgin became Webmaster at FUFME, Inc. Since 2004, Shulgin has been a co-owner of Electroboutique (Electroboutique). (source: wikipedia)

  • Allison Parrish (1)
  • Alma Alloro
  • Amy Alexander (1)

    Amy Alexander is a software and audiovisual performance artist who has worked in film, video, music, programming and information technology as well as in digital media art. Her work focuses largely on popular culture and has been presented on the Internet, in clubs and onCyberSpaceLand! the street as well as in festivals and museums. She is an Associate Professor of Visual Arts at the University of California, San Diego. Besides southern California, she can occasionally be found in Philadelphia and New Jersey.

  • Andrea Crespo (1)
  • Andrey Keske
  • Andy Campbell (1)
  • Angela Washko (1)
  • Ann Hirsch (1)
  • Anne Horel
  • Annet Dekker (1)
  • Annie Abrahams (2)

    see: Annie Abrahams website

    Annie Abrahams has a doctorate in biology from the university of Utrecht and a grade from the Academy of fine arts of Arnhem. In her work, using video, performance as well as the internet, she questions the possibilities and the limits of communication in general and more specifically investigates its modes under networked conditions.

    She has performed and shown work extensively in France, including at the Pompidou Centre, Paris, and in many international galleries including among others Espai d’Art Contemporani de Castelló, Spain; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo; and the Armenian Center for Contemporary Experimental Art, Yerevan; festivals such as the Moscow Film Festival and the International Film Festival of Rotterdam, and on online platforms such as Rhizome.org and Turbulence.

  • Anthony Antonellis (1)
  • Antonio Riello (1)

    Born under the sign of Lio, Antonio Riello selects places and dates of birth following moods and circumstances. He lives in Asiago (I) and London (UK). Eclectic artist with various interests, he works especially within digital art and delivers courses on “Videogames Phenomenology” at several Universities. In 1997 he creates “ITALIANI BRAVA GENTE “, the first art work in a videogame format.

  • Arcangel Constantini (2)

    Arcangel Constantini (Mexico) produces work of a marked ludic-experimental nature, strongly influenced by the fortuitous, chaotic processes of the city as reflected in the systematic use of error aesthetics. His work and artistic practice explore the dynamics of visual and sound works, low-tech installations, propaganda action, visual/sound performance, hardware hacking , installation , sound art an Independent curator , has been developing the program of Cyberlounge, Museo Rufino Tamayo since 2001 ,was part of curatorial team for Transitio Mx , and is part of dorkbot mexico df council

  • Arjun Srivatsa
  • Auriea Harvey (1)
  • Aurorae Parker (1)
  • Aurélien Froment (1)


  • BJ Warshaw (1)
  • Barbara Thoens (1)

    political scientist, video activist ("Hacker packen aus", a film by Rena Tangens and Barbara Thoens), ex-bass-player, for more than 10 years active member of the Chaos Computer Club http://www.ccc.de

  • Ben Benjamin (1)

    Born in Indianapolis, 1970 Lives in San Francisco, owner of SUPERBAD

  • Bogosi Sekhukhuni (1)
  • Brane Zorman (1)
  • Brian Mackern (1)

    Developer/designer of many CD and net art projects. Composer of autogenerative/reactive visual sound structures and environments. His works, mainly concerned in processes & structures in digital environments, explore interface-design, random events, estocastics, soundtoy creations, generative/reactive/interactive image_sound objects, real time video-data animations, netart and soundart.

    Director/editor of , one of the first latinamerican virtual spaces devoted to the investigation, development and implementation of web/netart projects [1996]. [ http://www.internet.com.uy/vibri/ ]

    Since 2000 has been developing the [netart_latino database], a database of latinamerican netartists, among many other collaborative web projects. [http://netart.org.uy/latino/ ].
    Writes about browser-art, soundtoys, netart, software-art. Participates in conferences and workshops focused in these topics.

  • Brian Piana (1)
  • Bull.Miletic (1)
  • bull miletic (1)

    Synne Bull & Dragan Miletic


  • C. Weizen (1)
  • Cameron Askin (1)
  • Carlo Zanni (1)
  • Carlos Saez (1)
  • Carmen Weisskopf (1)
  • Carrie Gates
  • Cassidy Curtis (1)
  • Chris Collins
  • Christophe Bruno (2)

    Christophe Bruno lives and works in Paris. He began his artistic activity in September 2001. His polymorphic work (installations, performances, conceptual pieces…) has a critical take on network phenomena and globalisation in the field of language and images. He was awarded a prize at the Madrid Contemporary Art Fair with the ARCO new media prize 2007, at the Prix Ars Electronica 2003 and the Piemonte Share Festival in 2007. He divides his time between his artistic activity, curating, teaching, lectures and publications.

  • Ciro Múseres (1)
  • Clément Charmet (1)
  • Connor Crawford
  • Conor McGarrigle (2)
  • Constant Dullaart (3)
  • Cornelia Sollfrank (1)
  • Corp
  • Critical Art Ensemble (1)

    (CAE) is a collective of five tactical media practitioners of various specializations including computer graphics and web design, film/video, photography, text art, book art, and performance.

    Formed in 1987, CAE's focus has been on the exploration of the intersections between art, critical theory, technology, and political activism. The group has exhibited and performed at diverse venues internationally, ranging from the street, to the museum, to the internet. Museum exhibitions include the Whitney Museum and The New Museum in NYC; The Corcoran Museum in Washington D.C.; The ICA, London; The MCA, Chicago; Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt; Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris; and The London Museum of Natural History.

    The collective has written 6 books, and its writings have been translated into 18 languages. Its book projects include: The Electronic Disturbance (1994), Electronic Civil Disobedience & Other Unpopular Ideas (1996), Flesh Machine: Cyborgs, Designer Babies, Eugenic Consciousness (1998), Digital Resistance: Explorations in Tactical Media (2001), Molecular Invasion (2002), and Marching Plague (2006).

  • Curt Cloninger (2)
  • Cym (1)


  • Daniel Rourke (1)
  • Daniel Schwarz (1)
  • Danung
  • David Blair (1)

    David Blair : 1979- present Video/computer movies. Numerous short videotapes from 1980-85. 1991 : WAX or the discovery of television among the bees[85:00, mono, color]
    1993 : Waxweb, hypermedia version of Wax, first version on Internet

    1994-present : The Telepathic Motion Picture of THE LOST TRIBES video/computer
    completion in 2009

  • David Clark (2)

    David Clark is a media artist and filmmaker who lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Born in Calgary, Alberta, he received a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 1985 and a MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1989. He also attended the Whitney Program Independent Study Program in1989 -90 and the Interactive Arts and Entertainment Program at the Canadian Film Centre in 2005 - 2006. He currently teaches film and media arts at NSCAD University in Halifax.

  • David Terranova (1)
  • David Wicks (1)
  • Debora Delmar
  • Domagoj Smoljo (1)
  • Domenico Barra (1)
  • Dominic Matar (1)
  • Donna Kuhn (1)

    Donna Kuhn is a visual artist, poet, dancer/choreographer and videographer. Her visual art includes drawing, painting, mask making, doll making, wearable art, jewelry, and collage. She often works with copied and digitally altered images including her own poetry. She also enjoys monoprinting and creating artists books.

  • Donnachie (1)
  • Doug Aitkin (1)
  • Dr Hugo Heyrman (2)

    Online since 1995, Dr. Hugo Heyrman became one of the pioneers in Net.art. He participated in 1988 at the 'First International Symposium on Electronic Art' (FISEA) in Utrecht, the Netherlands. In the 'Fuzzy Dreamz' series, a work in progress since 1996, he transforms his painting experiences into digital media and vice versa. He took part in various Net.art projects, including the online projects, Digital Studies: Being In Cyberspace 'ALT-X-site' (1997) New York and 'Revelation' ISEA 2000, Paris.


  • Ed Stastny (1)
  • Edmund Yu (1)
  • Edward Fitzgerald (1)
  • Endam Nihan (1)
  • Entropy8Zuper! (1)

    Auriea Harvey and Michael Samyn

  • Erik Loyer (1)

    Erik Loyer is a digital media artist whose works explore the creative potential unleashed by the advent of digital communications. His multiple talents as a writer, designer, animator, composer and programmer result in pieces that exhibit strong tactile qualities and a unique synergy. Using the dynamic interactive vocabulary of computer games as a departure point, Erik applies techniques of real-time animation and interaction to poetic content which users enact and explore.

  • Erika Alexander (1)
  • Eva Mattes (5)
  • Evelin Stermitz (2)

    Evelin Stermitz graduated in media and new media art from the Academy of Fine Arts and Design, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, and she is holding a master's degree in philosophy from media studies. Her works are in the field of media and new media art with the main emphasis on post-structuralist feminist art practices. Beside her artistic work, Evelin Stermitz's research work is focused on women artists in media and new media art. More about her work is published at her personal website www.evelinstermitz.net.

  • etoy (1)
  • etoy.CORPORATION (1)

    etoy.CORPORATION is art and invests all resources in the production of art beyond traditional dimensions. The aim is to take the resources, tools and legal framework of our time to create a corporate sculpture - a shareholder company registered in Zug/Switzerland that has no other purpose than cultural value.


  • Garnet Hertz (1)

    Doctor Garnet Hertz is a contemporary artist and Fulbright Scholar whose work explores themes of technological progress, creativity, innovation and interdisciplinarity. Hertz is a Faculty Member of the Media Design Program at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena California and is Artist in Residence in the Laboratory for Ubiquitous Computing and Interaction at UC Irvine.

  • Geoffrey Lillemon (2)

    Geoff Lillemon is an American born, Amsterdam based surrealist whose net art work is focused on new media performances, interactive art, and motion. His hyper-stylized electronic paintings fuse the traditional processes of creating art with the limitless capabilities of digital mediums. Geoffrey Lillemon brings a classic romantic painting and drawing style to technology to reinterpret artistic practice. As one of the leading artists of the Net Art Movement, Lillemon has consistently foregrounded the interplay between the digital and physical world in his work, blending the traditional mediums with interactive animation that responds to human touch, brainwaves, and even heartbeats.

    Using various art forms, from mixed and moving media to literature and soundscapes to classic portraiture, he creates works of hallucinatory poetry that reach into the infinite depths of the subconscious where the real and the imaginary interact. Lillemon has exhibited internationally as Oculart, including being the Invite d'Honneur at the Centre Pompidou, was a founding member of studio Champagne Valentine, and is currently a director and artist residing in Amsterdam.

  • Georges Jacotey (1)
  • Golan Levin (2)

    Golan Levin develops artifacts and experiences which explore the expressive use of computation. His work focuses on the design of systems for the creation, manipulation and performance of simultaneous image and sound, as part of a more general inquiry into the formal language of interactivity, and of nonverbal communications protocols in cybernetic systems. Through performances, digital artifacts, and virtual environments, often created with a variety of collaborators, Levin applies creative twists to digital technologies that highlight our relationship with machines, make visible our ways of interacting with each other, and explore the intersection of abstract communication and interactivity. Levin has exhibited widely in Europe, America and Asia. See: Projects

  • Gottfried Haider (1)
  • Graham Meisner (1)
  • Graham Mill (1)
  • Graham Milton (1)

    Melbourne Based Web Designer & Flash Developer

  • Greg Jones (1)
  • Guido Segni (1)
  • Gustavo Romano (1)


  • Han Hoogerbrugge (1)
  • Hannah Black (1)
  • Heath Bunting (2)

    Heath Bunting was born a Buddhist in Wood Green, London, UK and is able to make himself laugh.
    He is a co-founder of both net.art and sport-art
    movements and is banned for life from entering
    the USA for his anti GM work. His self taught and
    authentically independent work is direct and
    uncomplicated and has never been awarded a prize
    or been bought or sold. He is both Britain's most
    important practising artist and The World's most
    famous computer artist. He aspires to be a skillful
    member of the public and is producing an expert
    system for identity mutation.

  • Hoss Gifford (1)
  • Hunter Payne



  • NIESATT (1)
  • Nancy Leticia (1)
  • Natalie Bookchin
  • Natalie Bookchin (2)

    Natalie Bookchin's videos and installations address current conditions of global connectivity and the impact of everyday uses of new technologies on how we see, represent, and understand ourselves and the world around us. Her work has been exhibited at LACMA, PS1, Mass MOCA, the Generali Foundation, the Walker Art Center, the Pompidou Centre, MOCA Los Angeles, the Whitney Museum, the Tate, and Creative Time. She has received numerous grants and awards, including from Creative Capital, California Arts Council, the Guggenheim Foundation, the Durfee Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, California Community Foundation, New York State Council for the Arts, Daniel Langlois Foundation, a COLA Artist Fellowship and most recently an Artistic Innovation Award from Center for Cultural Innovation. Bookchin studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Whitney Independent Study Program, and SUNY Purchase. In 1999-2000 Bookchin organized , an eight month series of lectures and workshops on art, activism and the Internet at CalArts, MOCA in LA, and Laboratorio Cinematek in Tijuana. From 1998 to 2000 she was a member of the collective ®TMark (rtmark.com). She lives and works in Los Angeles, where she is co-Director of the Photography & Media Program in the Art School at CalArts.

  • Nathalie Bruys (1)
  • Neil Mendoza (1)
  • Nicolas Clauss (3)
  • Nicolas Frespech (1)
  • Nurit Bar-Shai (1)
  • nimk (1)
  • nobody (1)


  • Oleg Paschenko (1)
  • Olia Lialina (2)

    Born 1971 in Moscow.
    Finished Moscow State University in 1993 as journalist, film critic.
    In mid 90s one of the organizers of Moscow experimental film club CINE FANTOM.

    Net Artist, one of net.art pioneers.
    Writes on New Media, Digital Folklore and Vernacular Web.
    Since 1999 Professor of Merz Akademie (New Media Pathway), Stuttgart
    Animated Gif Model. Wife of Rockstar. Junior blogger.

  • Olivier Dyens