JAP – JavaMuseum Article Project,
is a project aimed to accompany the activities of JavaMuseum by collecting articles & papers on questions of Internet based art, technology used in Internet based art, art & technology in general etc, it will create this way also a forum for critical and theoretical discourses discussing these issues.
A call for papers is now issued on—> NetEX – networked experince
JIP – JavaMuseum Interview Project is the start of the JavaMuseum revival & relaunch in 2007.
Agricola de Cologne, director of JavaMuseum invites some selected New Media artists previously presented in the showcases of the 1st Phase of JavaMuseum – Forum for Internet Technology in Contemporary Art, professionals in New Media and a wider audience for answering ten questions, which allow a view to the background of Internet based art, its artistic potential, connected activities and visions.
Until its launch in September 2006 the JIP – JavaMuseum Interview Project including all interviews and answers on the survey: 10 questions on Internet based art are published on
see also JavaMuseum blog
Professionals and “amateurs” are invited to answer following 10 questions on Internet based art, in order to enable a broader discussion about the still undervaluated genre of Internet based art through a variety of different approaches, definitions and opinions.
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