Net Art

Art made for networks

Graffiti, Art, Flickr and Geo Tagging

Did you know that the London based graffiti artist Banksy has most of his artworks collected on Flickr

Oil Standard a web browser plug-in

Oil Standard a web browser plug-in that converts all prices from $ Dollars into the equivalent value in barrels of crude oil. When you load a web page, the script seamlessly inserts converted prices into the page. Visit Oil Standard

Top 5 strangest art inspired gadgets

The Teche Blog editors have compiled a list of the “Top 5 Strangest (or Coolest) Art-Inspired Gadgets” for your enjoyment. Which ones are your favorites?

Game/Play exhibition - UK.

Playful interaction and goal-oriented gaming explored through media arts practice. Game/Play


The exhibition opens at two different venues, in the UK and then joins, to tour as a single touring show. Game/Play is a networked national touring exhibition in the UK, focusing on the rhetorical constructs game and play. This collaboration between Q Arts, Derby and HTTP Gallery, London provides a basis for exchange and interaction between audiences, artists, curators and writers through the exhibitions and networked activity.


Hi, I'm Polly and am a science communication student.

I would be grateful if anyone who is involved in sci-art can contact me about their art, its implications, aspirations, history and how it was inspired.

I am currently doing research in this area and hope to create a website on this area soon- initially as a blog.

I feel that we need a greater awareness of science in our lives and that sci-art is a great way to communicate science.

We-Make-Open -Source-Not-Money

The Take Away Festival in the Node London context once more showed up, how closely software development, media and arts are connected to each other.

For many people, at the first glance, there may not seem to be an intermediate connection between those industries - particularly not between software development and arts.

Ten Best Flickr Mashups

This is an interesting article from webmonkey (which gladly seems to have been ressurrected) on what they call 'Mashups':

"A mashup, for the unfamiliar, is a hybrid web application that uses data from an outside source to drive a web service. Mashups can be created using data culled from RSS feeds, public databases, or any open data source."

Are 'mashups' just another word for what Net Art has been doing for years?

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