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Internet Art: The Online Clash of Culture and Commerce
The development of Internet art has been short and rapid and dates from the introduction of web browsers in the mid-1990s. Artists realized the potential of a medium and system of delivery that side-stepped the mainstream art institutions and allowed them to make direct contact with an audience. Their interventions have ranged from works that deconstruct the browser itself ...more
Paperback, 168 pages
Published October 28th 2003 by Tate
(first published December 1st 2002)
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Jun 07, 2008 Tim Pendry rated it it was ok
Recommends it for: Historians of contemporary art
This 2003 book is already a bit superceded by time passing (as you would expect in this fast-moving zone of culture) but a very good starting point for explorations into the relationship between art and the internet. Some stimulating ideas and corrections of assumptions about the technology involved but probably best read by specialists.