Image: Juan Manuel Patino, C2Mi Ledlab, 2001
JavaMuseum - Forum for Internet Technology in Contemporary Art
released recently a new showcase, entitled:
This show setup online in form of a "blog", as well, is curated by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne featuring art related blogs by following artists
Randy Adams aka runran (Canada), Tauvydas Bajarkevicius (Lithuania),
Raheema Begum (India), Hans Bernhard (Austria), JR Carpenter (Canada),
Anthony Carriere (USA), Dylan Davies (USA), Ryan Gallagher (USA), Fabian Giles (Mexico),
Ellie Harrison (UK), Gita Hashemi (Canada), Jeremy Hight (USA), Juan Patino (Argentina),
Alexander Jancijevic (Canada), Richard Jochum (USA),
Keith Deverell, Seth Keen, David Wolf (Australia), Kyon (Germany),
Yvonne Martinsson (Sweden), Vytautas Michellevicius (Lithuania), Alex Perl (USA),
Karla Schuch Brunet (Brazil), Robert Sloon; (USA), Andres Torres (Chile),
Michael Szpakowski (UK), Matthew Williamson; (USA), Salvatore Iaconesi (Italy)
Read more in the curator's statement on
The showcase - "a+b=ba? [art+blog=blogart?] is also a featured part of NewMediaFest2007 - http://2007.newmediafest.org
JavaMuseum, founded in 2000 as a virtual museum realized in its "1st phase" between 2001 and 2005 18 showcases of netart in a global context including more than 350 artists and 1000 netart works.
In 2006, JavaMuseum initiated --> JIP - JavaMuseum Interview Project including more than 75 interviews with professionals in new media art.By being re-launched on 1 November 2007, JavaMuseum started its "2nd phase"
JavaMuseum - Forum for Internet Technology in Contemporary Art and JIP - JavaMuseum Interview Project are corporate parts of [NewMediaArtProjectNetwork]:||cologne the experimental platform for art and new media from Cologne!
Originally posted on Rhizome.org Recent Discuss Posts by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne