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April 19, 2004

Net Art. I need your help

Next saturday morning, i must give a conference ( representing my enterprise ) to a group of artists on Vitoria-Gasteiz. The topic of the conference is "art and internet". These artists are very differents, some of them make art with computers, some of then have never used a computes. The conference is 6 hours long ( yes 6 hours ). So i ask you for links of sites related to art. It may be something like web-side or something simple. In fact, i want to show him that there is no need of an superweb to show his/her work ( i.e. my favourite photographer Sebastiao Salgado, has some of the best photos i ever seen but his web site is really simple . So, if you can tell me web-sites of artist ( no matter what kind of artist ) or theory about art or..... Tahnks,

Posted by Javier Tardáguila Date: April 19, 2004 11:20 AM

Here you can download a really nice document from my friend Jose Ramon Alcala discussing about Vs
I don't know what's your planning, but there is a big difference between art and new media (new technology as a new tool) and art in general.
You can focus in artists that use the web to promote their work or you can go beyond (risk) and talk about electronic arts (different approach).

Posted by: Luis en: April 19, 2004 01:00 PM

I built a website that helps art galleries maintain their online artist portfolios and exhibits. The site is at What's really powerful about GalleryDriver is that a gallery can actaully use our online tool to maintain their own site's content. As an example, check out the exhibits at All of their exhibits are maintained with the GalleryDriver tools, and they call a couple of web services to get their data.

Posted by: Perry Woodin en: April 19, 2004 04:48 PM

thanks so much, :D

Posted by: Javier Tardáguila en: April 19, 2004 06:35 PM