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Subject : net-art01 arena results
From : atty atty@%%%%%%%%%%.com
Date : 2002/08/16 Link : http://www.net-art.ws http://www.net-art.ws/the_results01.html

Hi jimpunk,

somewhat belatedly here are the results for the popular online vote (the only vote) for sites entered to the open 'net art' arena, net-art01 http://www.net-art.ws

congrats to everybody who took part, either by visiting the sites listed or contributing sites to be listed

especial congratulations to those who got the most virtual applause with Mark Napier http://www.computerfinearts.com/collection/napier/ekg/index.html heading the procession

thanks to those who virtually sat on panel, made comments etc Alan Jennifer Sondheim, Alex Galloway, Meiko and Ryu, Arcangel, Richard Barbeau , Roberta Bosco and Stefano Caldana

we look forward to the participation of all for net-art02 which should open at end of this year.

finally, very sad to relate, that the person whose work appears sixth on this list, Tiia Johannson, died recently at the terribly young age of 37. Our commiserations to her husband, Raivo Kelomees and two children.

laters atty



net-art01
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The net-art01 event functions as an open friendly gathering for 'net-art' where once a year we can get together the stuff
we have all been working on and take a look around. By asking you to vote from 10 to -5 on the sites you visit we hope
we have created a system (however limited) for you to express your approval, enjoyment etc. or otherewise of these projects
that have been created for the web during 2001.

RESULTS net-art01 by order of votes received
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ekg by Mark Napier scored 154 points
You need java enabled to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: courtesy doron golan. Truly immaculate and mature piece
ENTERED 1/1/02

une abeille qui vole avec beaucoup de zailes by cyril scott scored 91 points
You need 1024 x 768 NN4+/IE4+ to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: feeding time in webland
ENTERED 12/5/00

I Ching by mashica scored 89 points
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
see the text on the first page of the site and in the code for artist"s statement and explanations.
ENTERED 12/31/01

now you are in my computer by 0100101110101101.ORG scored 87 points
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Stefano and Roberta: Do you really believe it?
ENTERED 12/27/01

No Flesh Guaranteed by marc garrett scored 79 points
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
No Flesh Guaranteed explores sensual and feral intimacies, using sexual imagery found on the Internet. You will not see any flesh in any of the images presented. Deliberately censored, cut out
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: a portfolio of collages forming remarkable exploration of the aesthetics of censored and online porn presentation.
ENTERED 12/31/01

Black Sun by Tiia Johannson scored 79 points
You need Shockwave to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
INTERACTIVE GRAPHICS MAKER -->ALT / OPTION+ mouseclick to navigate
ENTERED 3/1/02

www.nowar.nogame.org by jimpunk scored 76 points
You need Works better on Explorer with big line. to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: derivative stuff. net-art as a style.
ENTERED 12/27/01

the central city - version three by stanza scored 63 points
You need Shockwave to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: This city gets more and more awesome. Great stuff
ENTERED 4/1/02

Glyphiti by Andy Deck scored 62 points
You need java to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
Glyphiti is an image composed of many smaller ”glyphs” that can be edited easily. The state of every pixel can be changed by the visiting artist.
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: Hours of collaborative fun to be had! respect to Andy Deck
ENTERED 1/1/02

DREAMLOG by Margaret Penney scored 60 points
You need Flash 5 to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
sound by DOUDECIMO
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: top stuff
ENTERED 12/31/01

Les Details by Armelle Aulestia scored 59 points
You need Flash + long download to visit it
ENTERED 1/1/02

Portrait of the Artist as a Home Page by Portrait of the Artist as a Home Page scored 57 points
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: soemthing a bit thought out and insightful
ENTERED 12/27/01

jerusalem by Valery Grancher scored 57 points
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Stefano and Roberta: uh!... wrong focus to see what's going on now in that place...
ENTERED 1/1/02

d-machine by Mark Napier scored 57 points
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: Immaculate, mature piece. Courtesy doran golan
ENTERED 1/1/02

SX70 TimeZero by arcangel scored 57 points
You need Flash to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
A: los procesos efimeros B: la persistencia en la memoria
ENTERED 1/5/02

videowork by doron golan scored 56 points
You need you need java enabled browser, quicktime4.1+, download patient to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: nice experimental video stuff > one doesn't see enough
ENTERED 1/1/02

eastbank / westbank by muserna scored 54 points
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: go there!
ENTERED 12/31/01

net-art01 by Atty Forbes scored 53 points
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Stefano and Roberta: The contest! ;)
ENTERED 1/6/02

(all systems go) by katie bush scored 52 points
You need some problems in Netscape to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
a digital monstrosity depicting suburban experience in all its nauseous glory.
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: GO GO GO GO GO GO
ENTERED 1/16/02

symbiosis by eric deis scored 51 points
You need Flash 5 to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
(sim'be o'sis), n., 1. the living together of two dissimilar organisms, as in mutualism,
ENTERED 12/30/01

space-invader by space invader scored 50 points
You need flash,quicktime, to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
a reality game by
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Arcangel:a ludic conceptual aproach to the relation & integration of space > > digital-concrete-digital < <
ENTERED 12/28/01

www.megatight.com by Andrew Childs scored 49 points
You need Flash to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
manual / automatic studies in post-hypnotic interaction.
ENTERED 12/31/01

Worms by thor and enrike scored 49 points
You need Shockwave to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: excellent sound experiments
ENTERED 12/31/01

crankbunny by crankbunny scored 49 points
You need Flash to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: full on movie experience. get some popcorn in
ENTERED 12/27/01

Shy Boy by Jason Sweeney scored 48 points
You need Shockwave to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
Shy Boy is an interrogation into queer web space + the sonics + surveillance of sexuality. Made and hacked during Banff Centre residency, Canada, Oct/Dec 1999.
ENTERED 12/14/00

bakteria by arcangel@bakteria.org - colab urieleE - brian mackern scored 48 points
You need Flash to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
]]InfeKtAdO[[ ::: InfeKtAdO ----- yO-ur Bo_dy,Min:D & SpIrIt Wi:ll ”B” TRAnsFormEd____ ]]]InfeKtAdO[[ ::::::::::::::inTERAcT::KuiDA:DO__ exIStenCia:DiFEreNCia:EseNCia:
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: splendido infection
ENTERED 12/4/00

kmuni by sinz shih scored 47 points
You need IE5+ for second log-in to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
K"muni is a city within a megastructural system. Each K"munian lives in his very own cube. Inside the cube-structure is an ”enveloped” world; outside the cube-structure is an invisible reality that no single person can never fully comprehend. K"munians only care about the world they can see and occupy. The world outside their cube-structures is non-existent to them. Although they all live in identical cube-structures and use the products which have millions of identical copies, K"munians create unique environments for their living spaces by their diverse desires. Everyone uses the same systems for transportation, communication, working and living within K"muni. By connecting their cube-structures with other cubes mechanically or by creating a virtual connection with other cubes, they can move both physically and virtually. K"munians cannot live without their cube-structures-they become components of the megastructure. They lead active lives until they die. New citizens will be born while the system is still running.
ENTERED 3/1/02

The Grid by Brian Judy scored 44 points
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
his network of browser interface studies accepts the spectator’s gesture as part of the artistic moment. Mouse movements within The Grid are converted to data adjustments where user kinetic energy charges the work. Every click and roll creates a presence and feeds the power grid of action and responses. Real power is illusory, though, as interaction doesn’t necessarily mean everyone gets a seat at the desktop. The action/response matrix within this work is a personal attempt to simulate creative exchange, but retain authoritative control in an increasingly interactive world.
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: Check it!
ENTERED 12/15/00

Simple Net Art Diagram by MTAA scored 43 points
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: very simple
ENTERED 4/1/02

DU Could Spoil Your XMAS by Andrej Tisma scored 43 points
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: XMAS special
ENTERED 12/6/00

DeskSwap by Mark Daggett scored 43 points
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: Like it says, swap your desktop
ENTERED 12/31/01

destroy everything by nicola stumpo scored 43 points
You need Flash 5 to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: Prime 'unified web design' + Flash stuff (if you like it that way)
ENTERED 1/5/02

ingrid by marco roso scored 42 points
You need Flash to visit it
ENTERED 12/14/00

§ŅĶ¬ tŅō§ by brian_mackern scored 42 points
ENTERED 1/1/02

Framina by jef snarg scored 42 points
You need Flash to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: a rare treat to see major new work from snarg.net
ENTERED 1/25/02

Novus Extinctus by Transnational Temps / Andy Deck, Fred Adam, Veronica Perales scored 41 points
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Stefano and Roberta: reframes the game-like processes of e-culture, trying to see how ‘productive’ cultural enterprises contribute to the process of extinction.
ENTERED 12/28/01

anatomy of hope by n/a scored 40 points
ENTERED 12/30/01

humanclock by Daniel Craig Giffen scored 38 points
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Arcangel:
ENTERED 12/28/01

50% story by Peter Lind scored 37 points
You need The project is Java based, platform independent, and requires no plug-ins. to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: requires brain power!
ENTERED 12/31/01

REplay by geoffrey thomas scored 37 points
You need Shockwave to visit it
ENTERED 7/1/02

lipstick by julie trouve scored 37 points
You need Flash to visit it
ENTERED 11/27/00

freeze by Astrid Moors scored 36 points
You need Flash to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
Enjoy and enforce this moment of meditation by making me be or not.
ENTERED 3/1/02

New York City Map by Marketa Bankova scored 36 points
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
This project is a sort of virtual guide to New York City. But it isn"t a guide in the usual sense. While ”walking” through these Web pages you can, as you choose, find yourself ”standing” on a particular street, go by subway, look at people, listen to sounds and read something. In contrast to traditional maps, the aim of NYCMap is not to document the layout of the city or point out its most famous tourist attractions. With the NYCMap I"ve tried to capture the atmosphere, the energy, or that Something which I think makes New York City different from other cities with skyscrapers. At the same time, this project is my personal diary.
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: a great and both entertaining and serious project
ENTERED 12/31/01

sketchzilla by terbo ted scored 36 points
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
sketchzilla is a public space, intended for unfiltered graffiti-style user contributions. anyone in the surfing audience can change text, links, images, etc throughout the entire site. the site is constantly changing as its viewed and edited, and there is no formal archiving.
ENTERED 11/26/00

vrubri’s cultivuum by evru (barcelona)/brian_mackern (uruguay) scored 36 points
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: drama, suspense, mystery, it's got the lot (+ great score)
ENTERED 7/1/02

webpage for planned self-obsolescence by mark river scored 35 points
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: ha ha
ENTERED 1/5/02

iamanartwork by annie abrahams scored 35 points
ENTERED 1/1/02

NewZoid Headlines by Daniel Young scored 33 points
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
NewZoid is the world"s only automatic and continuous generator of FALSE DAILY NEWS HEADLINES. NewZoid gives out more false information than is produced by all governments, corporations and media sources put together. NewZoid roams the Internet, grabbing real news headlines and endlessly smashing them up and recombining the fragments into reasonably coherent, absurd, amusing, shocking and thought-provoking new headlines. Plus, users can write their own headlines and submit them to the NewZoid process and also vote on favorites. All of this is subversive infotherapy designed to reflect and possibly counteract the effects of living in the bewilderness of an age of ”information.” NewZoid has been running on its own since April, 2001, untouched by human hands or minds.
ENTERED 3/1/02

Mic Space by thor and enrike scored 33 points
You need Shockwave to visit it
ENTERED 12/31/01

gugusland / Et dire que j ai ne jamais vu la mer ... by Emmanuele Barge, Thierry Gaubert et Karine Bruel scored 33 points
You need Flash 5 to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: long download but worth it
ENTERED 12/17/00

architexture by xavier pehuet scored 33 points
You need shockwave to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: unfortunately we have any number of other entries that look and behave similar to this
ENTERED 12/31/01

same old dreams by Lisa Cianci scored 32 points
You need Flash 5 + bowser 4+ to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: more excellent dream stuff
ENTERED 2/1/02

Buy Or Beware by Andrew Venell & The Men Upstairs scored 31 points
You need Flash to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: "Save the world, get shopping!"
ENTERED 1/5/02

god bless america by bill berry scored 30 points
You need internet explorer 5+ + Flash to visit it
ENTERED 4/1/02

DodoNews by 220HEX scored 29 points
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
DodoNews is a realtime online news processor. Using current online news services as an input, DodoNews produces ever changing new texts using a cut-up technique. The output give a stunning new approach to a deeper understanding of the constant flow of international news events.
ENTERED 1/1/02

Grids by Eduardo Navas scored 29 points
You need Flash to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
Rosalind Krauss presents the grid as anti-narrative -- as the new religious device that deprives culture of progress. In this project, Krauss" own narrative is problematized when the 30 paragraphs of her essay are split into 30 seperate links which now the user can access at random. Her own narrative has now become anti-narrative or random information -- with no beginning or end (no progress), but rather a never-ending cycle; just like the grid that she refers to in her writing.
ENTERED 3/1/02

invisible maps by paul catanese scored 29 points
You need shockwave 8 to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: absorbing stuff
ENTERED 12/31/01

slampoetrypictures by jimpunk , ro27 , sim soy scored 29 points
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
The participants of slampoetrypictures treat data of audio-visual ...
ENTERED 3/1/02

Memories Under Construction by Liz Miller scored 28 points
You need Quicktime to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
Artist Liz Miller lived and worked in Parkville with the Parkville Senior Center from May to September 2000 as a part of a national program, ”Artists and Communities: America Creates for the New Millenium.” Together Liz and the seniors used new technologies to reconstruct and describe how Parkville, an industrial neighborhood, has changed over the last one hundred years. The project has become a vehicle to collect stories and to foster a rich dialogue about what we can learn from the past and how we might construct our future.
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: not quite sure if this meets our usual definition of ’net-art’ but nice anyway
ENTERED 12/16/00

_The Data][h!][bleeding T.ex][e]ts_ by ][mez][ breeze scored 28 points
You need Flash to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
_The Data][h!][bleeding T.ex][e][ts_ r remnants from email performances d-voted to the dispersal of writing that has been n.spired and mutated according 2 the dynamics of an active network. Some of The Texts are presented via a flash format, which require the flash plugin. Please do not use netscape 6 to view these texts & have the sound turned up.
ENTERED 1/5/02

American Millennial Chocolates by Andrej Tisma scored 28 points
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
Choose from eight aromatic chocolates in our exceptional Holiday Collection. Good appetite!
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: more sledge hammer propoganda from Andrej
ENTERED 3/1/02

Everywhere/tout par tout by Jean Ranger & Bill Sullivan scored 28 points
You need Flash to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Stefano and Roberta: disembodied existence in cyberspace
ENTERED 12/30/01

time as color by christopher otto scored 27 points
You need Internet Explorer 5+ to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
hours, minutes, seconds = red, green, blue
ENTERED 1/6/02

Poem for Echelon by Jaka Zeleznikar scored 27 points
You need 6 browsers only! to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
Your personal communications may be being monitored. Protest!
ENTERED 3/1/02

island.8081 by 80/81 scored 25 points
You need Flash to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: The Valley and Palm Grove are now open
ENTERED 12/16/00

art from text by Roberto Echen scored 25 points
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
A work about art, abstraction, translation and bricollage
ENTERED 12/27/01

.ION (input ouput network) by Gregory Chatonsky scored 25 points
You need Flash to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
IO-N.NET is a cooperative project in FLASH which presents artistic proposals whose starting points are ”neutral” technological elements (HTML code, iteration, synthesis, downloading, screensaver, etc.) and whose point of arrival is the constitution of new perceptions: technologies far from being instruments subjected to our will, restructure our being-in-world, our identity, our imaginary and our esthetics. The sub-projects of this platform finish by the locution ”ION” and have each one his own domain name, for example ”TERRITORIALISAT.IO-N.NET” OR ”POSIT.IO-N.NET”, etc. You are invited to submit new projects. FLASH interactive animations must be 700X350 pixels. You can directly send your projects on RECEPT@IO-N.NET by joining your source file FLA., the title of your project and topics, your name, country, age and if you want a short cv. If you want to use advanced technologies like ASP, PHP, MySQL, or others plugins, contact me. For more informations on the project concept, go to RESENTAT.IO-N.NET.
ENTERED 12/31/01

Re:mote_corp@REALities by Tina LaPorta scored 25 points
You need Shockwave to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
The conceptual focus of this work is an exploration of the impact the internet has on the expression of identity. This work combines video taken from cu-see me reflector sites, text extracted from a real-time chat session and sound clips of nyc net.artists reflecting on net-based communication. The work as a whole has the combined effect of functioning like an extended, self-reflexive conversation taking place in both real and delayed time, amongst geographically dispersed participants mediated by the surface of their computer-screens. Re:mote_corp@REALities is an an on-going exploration regarding on-line communication in an era obsessed with technology. Artists voices: ricardo dominguez, joy garnett, robbin murphy, christine nadir, cary peppermint, stacy pershall, m. river, shelly silver, cristine wang, t. whid
ENTERED 1/21/02

CHAOS by Roberto Echen scored 25 points
You need doesn’t work with two monitor machine to visit it
ENTERED 4/1/02

Trace-Root by Mark Daggett scored 25 points
You need Flash and Shockwave to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
Trace-root is a network based collaborative mapping project. New maps are generated by the images that the individual map users upload to the server. The maps change based on activity of the users and the frequency in which they visit the work. Once a new map is created the old map is added to the trace-root movie that anyone can view from the first page of the site. Each map is represented as a single frame in the movie.
ENTERED 12/14/00

Conversations with Francesca by Michiel Knaven scored 24 points
You need Shockwave to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: yeahhhh
ENTERED 12/5/00

ExpeditionBerlin-expeditions in the emotional space - the street as a searchengine by tourist research / Philip Horst scored 24 points
You need Flash to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
the site consist of three levels. -the searchquery, where you are able to send a search word. -the anounciation of the expedition (time and location) - the documentation of the expeditions.
ENTERED 12/4/00

i-love-u.ch by i-love-u scored 24 points
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
monthly outcoming
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: like themed postcard sets for the web. I know it was in last year also - but content is changed
ENTERED 12/4/00

get.real gets real by Tiia Johannson scored 24 points
You need Quicktime to visit it
ENTERED 3/1/02

ARTificial ART > lines by Kurt Baumann scored 24 points
ENTERED 9/1/02

Hypothetik portal v 0.1 by JS Beaulieu scored 22 points
You need HTML 4 (not so nice in Netscape) JavaScript 1.2 + Flash 5 to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
Ultimately, this work is about accessing. It play on the need to have access to every thing at the same time, and all the conflicting content you get in result. And the content here is not necessarily information in the pure sense. It’s also the new life it has taken on the Internet. So content is not only conflicting in meaning, it’s also conflicting in action.
ENTERED 2/1/02

heart time / time heat by Valery Grancher scored 22 points
You need not for Mac. IE5+, Win98+ to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
Science Fiction is worming one"s way into daily life, ”Heart Time / Time Heat” is offering a clock based on heart rhythm: no earth attraction, no earth travel around the sun, this clock is sending you in deep universe. Jean Marc Avrilla.
ENTERED 1/1/02

Netquake by Waldemar Pranckiewicz scored 22 points
ENTERED 4/1/02

sixteenpages.net by MichaĎl Samyn and Auriea Harvey scored 22 points
You need Flash to visit it
ENTERED 12/16/00

conv 2.1 by salty scored 22 points
ENTERED 11/26/00

Verbum Dei by Mashica scored 21 points
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Stefano and Roberta: holy email word liberator
ENTERED 12/29/01

bits & pieces by Peter Traub scored 21 points
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
bits & pieces is a continuous composition that gets its source sounds from the web. Every morning a special search process looks for web pages with links to sound files. If links are found, the sound files are downloaded. The day"s "catch" is then used to create the pieces in bits & pieces for the next 24 hours. Every 15 minutes a sound generating process randomly picks a few sound files to work with. Once a sound generating process is complete, its output is converted into two mp3 files (one for high bandwidth and one for low). Your mp3 player will play back the ten most recent pieces from newest to oldest. The source samples change daily, so check back in occasionally to hear the latest catch.
ENTERED 3/1/02

Beyond all media by Agricola de Cologne scored 21 points
You need Flash to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
Beyond all Media describes counter positions and dimensions of contemporary environmental and social developments and aesthetics which find their result in polarisation and conflicts on different levels.
ENTERED 1/14/02

LOVELETTER by oooper scored 21 points
ENTERED 2/1/02

david still by David Still scored 20 points
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: the personal touch
ENTERED 3/1/02

Small Sound Toy by Brian Judy scored 19 points
You need Flash 5 to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
Roll your cursor over the window to make sounds.
ENTERED 12/30/01

Des Frags by reynald drouhin scored 19 points
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: hmmmmmmmmmmm
ENTERED 12/31/01

Fascinum by Christophe Bruno scored 19 points
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
This piece lives on the Yahoo portal. It shows the pictures from the daily news that are the most viewed on different national Yahoo websites. The subjects that fascinate different countries are juxtaposed in real time.
ENTERED 1/17/02

i love mouchette by author unknown scored 18 points
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
"I Love Mouchette'...an obsessive lovesite found on the web which features "borrowed" files from mouchette.org mixed with furtive snapshots of the famous reclusive 13 year old net art star Mouchette discovered on the streets of Toronto.
ENTERED 12/31/01

Vote Machine part 1 by Brian Judy scored 18 points
You need Flash 5 to visit it
ENTERED 12/30/01

mediaworld by geoffrey thomas scored 18 points
You need Flash + Shockwave to visit it
ENTERED 7/1/02

cosmic imperative by Roman Minaev scored 18 points
ENTERED 1/28/02

Hiiperelexicoorporahismeise: Geo-graphia0-semee-isomsime by David Golumbia scored 18 points
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: yikes!
ENTERED 3/1/02

Browser Gestures by Mark Daggett scored 17 points
ENTERED 12/31/01

Travelling Document #1 by john Murphy scored 17 points
You need IE only to visit it
ENTERED 1/13/02

nicoquit by J.T.Wine scored 16 points
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Stefano and Roberta: nice try! 9 cig in 2 weeks? ;)
ENTERED 12/4/00

LAND by dlsan scored 16 points
You need Flash 4 to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
A simple idea from kid koma mind maze. Land is an open discussion about the conceps of land, nation and country.
ENTERED 11/2/02

code scares me by Jessica Loseby scored 15 points
You need Flash 5 to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: hmmmmmmmmph
ENTERED 4/1/02

The handmirror, scenes from behind the mirror by Michiel Knaven scored 15 points
You need Shockwave to visit it
ENTERED 12/5/00

Mirror In Mirror by &_________; scored 15 points
You need Internet Explorer + Flash to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
strange and composed of various ”parts”
ENTERED 12/4/00

VPN S.P.I.N.Y. by kanonmedia.com scored 15 points
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
please see site
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: hmmmmmmmmmm
ENTERED 12/27/01

subculture by antonio mendoza scored 14 points
You need Flash to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
the shooting gallery of the id
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: old skool techniques still work (sometimes)
ENTERED 11/26/00

Nomad Lingo by Dave Johnson scored 14 points
You need Flash 5 to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: hyper-text in flash play
ENTERED 12/16/00

techno.FETISH.ism by Tina LaPorta scored 14 points
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
utilizes pictures found on fetish and BDSM web sites to explore voyeurism, the gaze and power dynamics played out in pornographic image making and electronic distribution networks.
ENTERED 1/21/02

no-content.org by noadmin scored 14 points
You need Flash to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: another old concept
ENTERED 12/27/01

Viruses by thor and enrike scored 14 points
You need Shockwave to visit it
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: teh online version for more see http://www.ixiproject.f2s.com/index.html
ENTERED 12/31/01

unknown by christopher otto scored 13 points
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
perl script displays the 1.23 billion us phone numbers not in my motorola starTAC"s directory. also available for wap viewing
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: good thinking
ENTERED 1/6/02

lara.worm.anime by antonio mendoza scored 13 points
PANEL'S COMMENTS >>>
Andy: deviant lara
ENTERED 1/1/02

do you know this kid by alundale scored 13 points
You need Flash to visit it
ENTERED 11/27/00

Fields by Christophe Bruno scored 12 points
You need IE4+ to visit it
ARTIST'S STATEMENT >>>
This piece is a kind of echo chamber on the Internet. As the user types a word or phrase, fragments of texts related to the chosen words are randomly extracted from the Internet and appear, floating on the screen.
ENTERED 1/17/02

For those who fear intimacy / for those who fear loneliness by Garrett Lynch scored 12 points
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Documentation of a performance with a custom designed wearable system.
ENTERED 4/1/02

Revenances by reynald drouhin, gregory chatonsky scored 12 points
You need Flash 5 + Quicktime 4+ Cortonna or Cosmo VRML players to visit it
ENTERED 2/1/02

RIP DON MIGUEL by arcangel scored 12 points
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Andy: fantastico tributo al 78rpm DJ personage
ENTERED 1/5/02

Ateliers d’emotions by Cathbleue scored 12 points
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Andy: hmmmmmmmmmmph
ENTERED 1/25/02

videomail proyect by fernando llanos scored 11 points
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Arcangel: we recived his video mails every tuesday for one year , good job .
ENTERED 4/1/02

MERCIFUL TERRORISTS by Andrej Tisma scored 11 points
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Read the sensational report from the World Trade Center"s rubble, about merciful terrorists who left humanitarian aid.
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Andy: familiar tastelessness from Andrej
ENTERED 3/1/02

i think my lesson by brice bowman scored 11 points
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Andy: more of the same
ENTERED 12/27/01

mies4all by erational scored 11 points
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software
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Andy: virtually be Meis for one building (or more). Wow!
ENTERED 1/5/02

_][ad][Dressed in a Skin C.ode_ by mez breeze scored 10 points
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>>_][ad][Dressed in a Skin Code_ holistically documents select phases of the mezangelle language system and its ][r][evolution [1995-2001]. the texts presented here/ act as residual traces from net.wurk practices that thrive, react and shift according to fluctuations in the online environment in which they ][initially][ gestated.
ENTERED 1/22/02

shake.it by Teo Spiller scored 10 points
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ENTERED 7/1/02

vjdj 000 by terbo ted scored 10 points
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third in an online series intended for projection performances, starting with vjdj00 in 1996.
ENTERED 11/26/00

Trash can by Teo Spiller scored 10 points
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Throw away bad web pages - keep the web clean!
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Stefano and Roberta: ecologic approach to the web...
ENTERED 11/27/00

the lostlove project by chris bassett scored 9 points
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losing at love is an experience everyone has gone through to some degree. the loves that we lose are the ones that we remember most vividly and for the longest. they also make the most interesting love stories. the lostlove project aims to compile stories about lost love. users enter stories which are then linked by the lostlove engine to create a metanarrative of a relationship.
ENTERED 11/1/02

Auslander Micro by Andrew Garton, John Power, Bruce Morrison, Justina Curtis scored 9 points
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Ausländer Micro has been designed as an interface through which each of its four acts can be explored. Various forms of navigation are provided where the user encounters numerous combinations of text, graphics and sound. The opera follows the afterlife of an Eastern European refugee, a foreigner in every country. In a squalid camp, he passes away in a camp. Years of restless travel and ruthless persecution are thought to be laid to rest, but in death freedom is as allusive as it was in life. Ausländer Micro was conceived by Andrew Garton and produced in collaboration with John Power, Bruce Morrison and Justina Curtis at Toy Satellite, Melbourne. v1.2 was produced with Andrew Sargeant who assisted with the implementation of Flash. This provided for more depth and interactivity with sound. Ausländer Micro v1.2 was produced by Toy Satellite in association with the Australian Film Commission and the Centre for Animation and Interactive Media (Department of Visual Communication, RMIT University)
ENTERED 12/14/00

Venice Blvd by geoffrey thomas scored 8 points
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ENTERED 7/1/02

Gameboy_ultraF_uk by Baily and Corby scored 8 points
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The work consists of a Free Software GameBoy emulator whose rendering system has been (pathologically) rewritten to degenerate over time. Game entities mutate into background and interface elements, or appear as fragments of the games binary code. Text begins to emerge as a jumble of characters, sprites and binary data. Scanline bytes are miscopied, transformed and duplicated. Memory is blitted into sections of the screen, as the inside of the game seeps to the outside. Variations in the rendering behaviour are triggered by user interactions implicit in the game play and are manipulated by a Cellular Automata "metabolism" giving rise to inter-related rendering symptoms. The emulator displays an unpredictable agency that injects a subjectifying process into the rendering of the software instructions it executes. code as readymade As software, the emulator is provided as open source code available for others to extend; the binary, source and documentation can be considered as component parts of the work. Thanks to Gilgamesh and Laguna for releasing their Free Software "gnuboy" from which this modification is derived. Rather than a project that has been written from scratch, the code in this sense may be considered a "readymade" into which an artistic intervention has been made. The recast code exists as a dysfunctional branch of the gnuboy emulator"s project tree. The interventions in the code have been documented and commented, allowing for others to add their own attitudinal elements and rendering ailments.
ENTERED 7/1/02

Shop Mandiberg by Michael Mandiberg scored 7 points
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Andy: SELL OUT!
ENTERED 12/1/02

Soundboxes by Michiel Knaven scored 7 points
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little interactive soundtoys
ENTERED 12/5/00

artcart: Be Avantegarde - buy Net.Art by artcart scored 6 points
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Andy: BUY, BUY, BUY, BUY all your net-art HERE!!!!
ENTERED 12/16/00

Inflat-o-scape by Jessica Irish scored 6 points
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An Exploration of Architecture, Technology, Economy, and Other Things that go Boom.
ENTERED 3/1/02

erational_270300 by erational scored 4 points
ENTERED 12/16/00

zooooh by julie trouve scored 3 points
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ENTERED 11/27/00

Views by Jonah Brucker-Cohen scored 3 points
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Andy: Views is an interactive image manipulation tool that allows users to animate still imagery.
ENTERED 11/26/00

Embreo by alias scored 2 points
ENTERED 12/19/00

gender narratives by Gabriele Marth scored 2 points
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ENTERED 11/1/02

dystopia mix by Tina LaPorta scored 1 points
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This work combines screen images from CU-See Me reflector sites, text sequences from real-time chat sessions and my Dystopia sound mix which combines audio clips of Christine Nadir, Mark Tribe and Yael Kanerak reflecting on net-based communication. Layers of sound samples from am radio dot-com advertisements fade in and out while the work as a whole has the combined effect of functioning like an extended, self-reflexive conversation taking place in both real and delayed time, mirroring our anxieties regarding on-line communication in an era obsessed with technology.
ENTERED 1/21/02

Impronta by Domenico Olivero scored 1 points
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"Impronta" (Fingerprint) is a conceptual web-art project: a dialog between virtual and real identities. It"s composed by a series of different photos, taken in several places around the world, and now published on the web. This is an ongoing process, being a reflection of everyday"s life. My fingerprint is a link, a real touch, and it remains as a virtual trace. A sort of diary, telling about shiftings, visions, meetings ...
ENTERED 1/6/02

Official Website of the National Association for the Advocation of the Binary by The National Association for the Advocation of the Binary (NAAB) scored 0 points
ENTERED 1/19/02

InextremIS by weweje scored -1 points
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one-line shaped labyrinth online poetry
ENTERED 7/1/02

BlebNet by BlebNet scored -7 points
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Stuttering sexycode and posthuman squish.
ENTERED 12/4/00

slipstreamandromeda by Christina McPhee scored -10 points
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Slipstreamandromeda is an interactive mediative work in Flash that contemplates desire and memory,erotic and spritual longing in texts from Kafka, Hopkins and Julien Green.
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Andy: requires long download before getting started
ENTERED 12/27/01