[NetBehaviour] Internet art, net art, and networked art in relation.

james jwm-art net james at jwm-art.net
Thu Feb 21 01:59:28 CET 2008


Hi marc, (and anyone else who might wish to express an opinion (((and
care bear reading mine ;))) )

i've read your interview, and cory arcangel's and am just curious to
ask this:

which term do you prefer?

?? Media Art ?? Internet Art ??

personally i feel negative toward "Media Art". it takes me back to when
i wanted only to be a painter and the other things i do
(audio+programming/etc) i considered entirely seperate (or atleast: not
art).

infact i can't seem to shake the feeling of negativity toward "Media
Art". and it reminds me of when i used to get all upset that "Modern
Painters" showed stuff like video art :D

so i like the term internet art. to me it is more inclusive, it's in a
similar orbit with open source etc.

{ "Internet Art" == warm, "Media Art" == cold }

regards,
james.

--------smap-------
and the numbed yards will go back undercover.

http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=Wheel+tracks+entrench+themselves+in+snow,+yet+painted+Against+this+sky+no+longer+of+our+world



On 20/2/2008, "marc garrett" <marc.garrett at furtherfield.org> wrote:

>Internet art, net art, and networked art in relation.
>
>Conversations and interviews with curators, artists and directors by
>Karen Annemie Verschooren.
>
>ISABELLE ARVERS
>MARC GARRET
>BENJAMIN WEIL
>CHARLIE GERE
>CHRISTIANE PAUL
>CORY ARCANGEL
>JEMIMA RELLIE
>SARA TUCKER
>JON IPPOLITO
>
>http://www.bamart.be/pages/detail/en/1592
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