Sent: Monday, September 30, 2002 9:40 PM
To: newterms@webopedia.com
Subject: Request a TERM

Terms:
cyberart, cyberists, webist, Pixelism, cyberpaintings

Comments:
Hi,
I have been fostering the concept of a unique new art form developing
strictly on the interent. I am webmaster of Truly Virtual Web Art Museum at
www.lastplace.com. Personal credentials include a Ph.D. in aesthetic
psychology.

I humbly submit the following terms for your database inclusion-

"cyberart" - digital art created FOR the Internet global community, art
indigenous toIinternet Cyberculture.

reference - www.lastplace.com/page48.htm

"cyberartist"- digital artist creating works solely for uploading to
Internet Web sites; usually includes networking with other art sites and
supportive cyberartists, for example the Cyberart Ring.

"webist" - analogous to "cyberartist"

reference-http://www.lastplace.com/CyberartRing/index.html

"Pixelism" - fine art that glorified the pixel or "jaggies" as integral to
formal visual content of the work of art; Pygoya (aka Dr. Rodney Chang,
series: 1985-1996)

reference: http://www.lastplace.com/Journal/glossary1.htm

"Cyberpaintings"- early form (late 20th Century) cyberart, large oil on
canvas painting based on digital design by Pygoya (aka as Dr. Rodney Chang);
unveiled at Noho Nishi Gallery, NY, NY; Las Vegas Art Museum, 1990;
Siggraph, Texas, 1990.

reference; http://www.lastplace.com/CyberartPaint/cyberpaint.htm

I do hope the your editors share the passion I have for NEW art emerging
from the Internet and thereby include in Webopedia the recognition of
emerging virtual visual culture.

Sincerely,
Rodney "Pygoya" Chang,BA, MA, MA, MSEd, PhD

 


ANSWER:

 

Subject: RE: Request a TERM
Date: Tue, 01 Oct 2002 09:19:42 -0400
From: Christopher Pace <cpace@jupitermedia.com>
To: pygoya

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