netartnet.net is an ongoing research project documenting net art exhibitions from the early 1990s to the present.
netartnet.net is an online-gallery listing and directory. The archive contains current and past exhibitions with dates, links, and press releases.
Internet of our dreams
Internet of my dreams was the title of my solo show at Transfer Gallery. At the conclusion of the exhibition, I convened a digital panel around a series of topics that had informed the exhibition. Arjun Ram Srivatsa and I moderated the discussions between the eleven invited panelists.
This website contains the result of those dialogs along with additional resources provided by the panelists.
Young Internet Based Artists
Young Internet Based Artists is an online exhibition I curated as part of The Wrong Digital Art Biennale.
Press: Complex, The Creators Project, Adone Magazine, Leap Magazine, Hyperallergic, and Look At Me.
Credit Card Curation
Credit Card Curation
Started in 2012
In addition, the artists are asked to send media to accompany the card when it’s presented online; these have been videos, writings, and various forms of digital art.
Net Artist Daily
Net Artist Daily was an online satire magazine created in collaboration with Arjun Ram Srivatsa. Launched anonymously, the website featured link-bait style headlines about real events happening in the net art community. The site published roughly 150 articles and received 80k unique page views during its 10 day run.
Press: DIS Magazine, Art F City, Animal NY, and Complex
GIF Wrapping is a secret-Santa style GIF exchange. A few dozen artists take part each year; each artist is randomly assigned another artist for whom they have to create a GIF.
Each artist receives a unique URL to their GIF and once the URL has been accessed the GIF is unboxed and publicly viewable.
Endangered GIF Preserve
Every day image files from Wikipedia and Wikimedia are nominated for deletion. Some of these images have survived several deletion requests, while others have been nominated for speedy deletion.
For 5 months I operated the GIF Preserve in order to save endangered GIFs from permanent deletion. Each animated GIF is marked with the date of rescue and a link to its original Wiki habitat.