Do you mean initiatives? No, I mean esinitivat~yes initiatives...
> I predict that in ten years time every major museum (and many of the
> not-so-major ones) will have a signficant commitment to new media art in
> some form. Meanwhile, the boundaries between new media art and other forms
> of art are getting blurrier--a welcome transition, in my opinion. The
> of the new media ghetto are crumbling. Bring 'em down!
This will happen not just because of the institutions suddenly accepting net
art and all its nuances, but because the many net groups/indivuduals out
there are actively making real and solid connections with a social
responsibility towards inclusivity, rather than centralized mind-sets
behaviour patterns that isolate.
> >Hi Mark,
> >It seems, looking from over here in the UK that 'Net Art' in America is
> >moving into the dark ages.
> I wouldn't jump to that conclusion just yet. We are certainly witnessing a
> retrenchment in institutional support, but these things develop in cycles.
I hope so, things are getting strange and it all feels a bit like a pretty
> >A power hungry governmental administration that
> >is gradually closing many portals/doors for creative net adventurers
> >nationally and of course internationally.
> Yup. This is a bigger problem, and not just for artists.
> >May be business indicatives (not
> >necessarily corporate or Rockefeller based) and separate from funding
> >demands can offer new answers...
> Indicatives? Do you mean initiatives?
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