[NetBehaviour] interesting net art

Aymeric Mansoux aymeric at goto10.org
Fri Feb 5 16:04:22 CET 2010

anniea said :
> copied from [NEW-MEDIA-CURATING]
> "It's interesting that, as far as I am aware, no contemporary artist has yet
> harnessed this extraordinary technology to make a significant artwork. Of
> course, maybe I'm wrong and am missing something great - do you know of any
> net-based art works that are worth a look?
> Maybe you have made one (an artwork made specifically for the medium, as
> opposed to a film such as the one above, which uses the net only as a means
> of dissemination)?
> If you, like me, can't find any net-based art of note, why do you think that
> is? Why, when there's been such a boom in contemporary art around the world,
> has no artist made the medium of the web his or her canvas? And if someone
> were to use the net as a medium, as opposed to making an image, or a video,
> or even an interactive Flash animation, what would the resulting art look,
> or sound, or feel like?"
> Will Gompertz, the new BBC 'Arts Director' in his blog,
> http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/thereporters/willgompertz/2010/02/40_wild_birds_play_a_gibson_le.html,
> on 2. February 2010.

while true; do curl -s http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/thereporters/willgompertz/2010/02/40_wild_birds_play_a_gibson_le.html | lynx -dump -nolist -stdin | dadadodo -c 20 -| espeak -v mb-en1 --stdin | mbrola -l 44100 -e /usr/share/mbrola/voices/en1 - - | ices2 net-art-radio.xml ; done

net-art-radio OGG/Vorbis:

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