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The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York: metmuseum.org

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York: metmuseum.org

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Nymuseums HASTED HUNT KRAEUTLER :: HOME net.art net.art refers to a group of artists who have worked in the medium of Internet art since 1994. The main members of this movement are Vuk Ćosić, Jodi.org, Alexei Shulgin, Olia Lialina, and Heath Bunting (irational.org, Daniel García Andújar, Heath Bunting, Rachel Baker and Minerva Cuevas). Although this group was formed as a parody of avant garde movements by writers such as Tilman Baumgärtel, Josephine Bosma, Hans Dieter Huber and Pit Schultz, their individual works have little in common. The term "net.art" is also used as a synonym for net art or Internet art and covers a much wider range of artistic practices. In this wider definition, net.art means art that uses the Internet as its medium and that cannot be experienced in any other way. Often net.art has the Internet as (part of) its subject matter but this is not required. History of the net.art movement[edit] The net.art movement arose in the context of the wider development of Internet art. Online social networks[edit] See also[edit]

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