THE WEBMUSEUM CYBERCULTURE                RESEARCH LIBRARY

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Norman Breslow - On the Relationship of Projective Test to Art Critics and Other Con Men, 1997

Ben Davis - The Culture Machine: Science and Art on the Web (Scientific American, 1996)

Duress - a woman's online writings and poetry

Carol Es - Sick & Tired (Artist)

Robert Genn - "On the Road"-  1950-60s:black artists in Florida not invited into galleries and museums; "The Highwaymen" sold art on the roads

Linda Goodman-The Electronic Frontier: From Video to Virtual Reality

Michael Hauben, Ronda Hauben- Netizens:On the History and Impact of Usenet and the Internet

Art Heresy - the anti-art establishment, art criticism, art history & art magazine 'zine

Steve Harmon - investment analyst; choronicles beginnings of Internet capitalism

Ishani's Universe

Linda Jacobson - Cyberarts:Exploring Art & Technology

Peter Ludlow -High Noon on the Electronic Frontier: Cocneptual Issues in Cyberspace; Associate Professor , Dept. of Philosophy, SUNY Stony Brook

Michelle Levander - A Cyberspace Gang Fans the Flames on the Internet, 1994

Mani de Li - art essays

Mike Mosher -Towards Community Art Machines

Bruce Murray- Society, Cyberspace & the Future

Douglas Rushkoff- Cultural Imperialism and the Internet

Henry See -reviewer of Holtzmans' Digital Mantras

Jason Teague -Web Art

William Truong - The Digital Cult

Jason Teague -Web Art

Jeffery Young- Textuality in Cyberspace:MUDS & Written Experience

Virtual Reality vs. CyberSpace- paper by Paul Clegg

Wandering lost among the cyber art galleries-art critic Hazel Friedman of the Mail & Guardian of South Africa

 

the 9th International Sumpoisum on Electronic Art's Revolution 98's selected top 20 websites- with financial support from the European Commission

The folowing projects from around the world represent the wide range of possibilities being explored on the internet right now: from the construction of virtual worlds, inhabited by virtual beings, to the exploration of virtual galleries and magazines.  The websites examine global issues such as the human condition, consumerism, the commodification of art, the potential and limitations of new technology, as well as providing a forum for the discussion of personal concerns such as our fears and hopes for the future. - isea98 catalog

Apsolutno, Yugoslavia - The Absolute Sale

Artworld Anonymous, Hungary - Anonymous

Anne Baker, UK - Scars

Andy Best & Merja Puustinen, Finland - Conversations with Angels

David Bickerstaff, UK - Ubiquity

Andrew Brook, Susan Collins, Elizabeth Getsakis & Graham Gussin, UK & Australia

Shu Lea Cheang, USA - Buy One Get One

Shu Lea Cheang, USA - Brandon

Madge Gleeson, USA - MeMart

Ken Goldberg, USA - The Shadow Server

Karen Guthrie & Nina Pope, UK - An Artist's Impression

Alexei Isaev, Russia - The Revolution

Jodi, Spain - Jodi

Tiia Johannson, Estonia - Words

Tapio Makela & Susanna Paasonen, Finland - Ground

Jose Macas de Carvalho, Portugal - Hotline

Juliet Martin, USA - My Computer Never Thinks of Me

Nelli Rohtvee, Estonia - Net Poetry 2

Nikola Velkov, Macedonia - Revolution, Sabotage and Terror

Leoudaki Zoe, Greece - The Descent of Chimera