Web as a Medium

5/10/2024 _ 5/19/2024


  • Text Document out of Focus

    Text Document out of Focus, 2008

  • Find My LOVE - Infinite Computer Theorem

    Inspired by the "Infinite Monkey Theorem," a thought experiment in which a monkey randomly typing on a keyboard could one day write the work of Shakespeare.
    When you click the button on the page, the computer will continue to randomly generate letters until a connection to the word LOVE appears. It may be found immediately, or it may be hard to find. It is the same as finding love in your life.

  • This Is Not <A


  • Brutal Divs

    This work is a generative art created using only CSS styles and Div tags. The style and form are inspired on the web design style "Brutalist Website" and the architectural style "Brutalist Architecture".

  • [DEPRECATED] The Grand Canal, Venice

    This work is animated using only the marquee tag, which has been deprecated from the HTML standard for the Web. Therefore, the behavior is not guaranteed with browser types and version updates.

  • Nude Study RGB Dance

    In collaboration with Julia Seal, a movement artist, a choreography was crafted inspired by the RGB color theme.

  • Downloads

    html + css + js, dimensions variable

  • Oh Yes, Everything's Fine

    'Oh Yes, Everything's Fine,' satires represent the online platform where raw content and genuine dialogue are systematically suppressed, while polished, fabricated narratives flood the digital sphere.

  • OMG LOL Metaverse

    OMG LOL Metaverse is an ode to the Web 1.0 days of neopets, net art, geocities.

  • Lands

    This is a collection of poems generated with js, under certain cut and paste instructions. (o^ ^o)/



  • 0xhaiku


  • Kitasenju Design

    Web,XR,NFTなど、インタラクティブメディア上で日々、新しい視覚表現の実験と実装を行っている。主な実績としてAudio Achitecture展、Media Ambition Tokyo, 魔法の美術館展での展示。雑誌広告、山梨メディア芸術アワード、Proof of X展のデザインワークなど。

  • Jan Robert Leegte

    Jan Robert Leegte (born 1973, The Netherlands) is one of the first Dutch artists to work on and for the Internet since the 1990s. In 2002, he shifted his main focus to implementing digital materials in the context of the physical gallery space, aiming to bridge the online art world with the gallery art world, making prints, sculpture, installations, drawings, and projections, connecting to historical movements like land art, minimalism, performance art, and conceptualism. As an artist Leegte explores the position of the new materials put forward by the (networked) computer. Photoshop selection marquees, scrollbars, Google Maps, code, and software are dissected to understand their ontological nature.

    His work has been exhibited internationally (Whitechapel Gallery, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, van Gogh Museum, ZKM Karlsruhe, Centre Pompidou, Museum Ludwig Budapest). He is currently represented by Upstream Gallery Amsterdam.

    Jan Robert Leegte lives and works in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

  • exonemo

    exonemo is a Japanese artist duo comprised of Kensuke Sembo and Yae Akaiwa. Currently based in New York, exonemo began its activities on the Internet in 1996. Since then, they have been expressing human physicality and emotions in the network age through critical and humorous approaches, crossing digital and analog media. Their awards include the Golden Nica at Ars Electronica (2006) or the Agency for Cultural Affairs’ Art Encouragement Prize for New Artists (2021), receiving recognition from both the media art and contemporary art fields. They have exhibited online at the Whitney Museum of American Art (2019) and in a major solo exhibition at Tokyo Photographic Art Museum (2020), as well as in many other international exhibitions. Their other activities include "The Internet Yami-Ichi," an event they launched in 2012, has resonated with the Internet generation and spread to more than 30 cities worldwide, and has been featured by major international media such as The New York Times, The Guardian, and Libération.

  • Damjanski

    Damjanski is an artist living in a browser. Concerned with themes of power, poetry and participation, he explores the concept of apps as artworks. The app 'Bye Bye Camera' is the camera for the post-human era. Every picture people take automatically removes any person. The app 'Never Not There' transformed the ZKM museum in Karlsruhe and the Centre Pompidou in Paris into dystopian server rooms and the 'LongARcat' app creates long cats in Augmented Reality.
    In 2018, he co-founded 'MoMAR', an Augmented Reality gallery app aimed at democratizing physical exhibition spaces, art institutions and curatorial processes within New York’s Museum of Modern Art. WIRED covered the launch with the headline "Augmented Reality Is Transforming Museums”. In 2019, he created an online space that only programs can access. This software performance, called 'Humans not invited', first hit Reddit’s front page before it was shown at the König Galerie in Berlin.
    In 2023, he launched 'Still Here', a site-specific and permanent Augmented Reality sculpture of himself floating above the entire island of Manhattan in New York.
    His work has appeared internationally at the ZKM Karlsruhe, Centre Pompidou, NRW-Forum, Postmasters, Roehrs & Boetsch, Pioneer Works, König Galerie, MoCDA, Tropez, Import Projects. Currently Damjanski resides in New York.

  • Joan Heemskerk

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  • Violet Forest

    Violet Forest is a digital artist & creative technologist currently working at Meta as a Technical Artist. She holds a Masters in Fine Art in Art & Technology from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2016) and is the co-founder of cybertwee, a collective that explores the intersections of technology & cuteness.‧*̩̩̥͙ Work from Cybertwee has been acquired by Rhizome, the leading art organization dedicated to digital art and culture, affiliated with the New Museum in New York.

    Violet's artistic practice is mainly focused on finding new processes and techniques with emerging technologies like web art, game art, virtual / augmented / mixed reality, and generative AI art, to name a few different media. She uses a range of tools like javascript, Unity, computer vision, arduino/DIY electronics, shaders, and touchdesigner to make interactive art.

    Violet became involved in NFTs in 2021 while collaborating as a front-end developer with the Tezos NFT platform Hic et Nunc. She has shown my work in solo and group shows at institutions like Birmingham Open Media (UK) & Panke Gallery (Berlin) as well as participating in prominent online exhibition such as 'E-motions', curated by renowned AI artist Claire Silver for Unit London Gallery.

  • Leander Herzog

    Leander Herzog (1984) is a visual artist based in Switzerland, creating images with code since 2006. His focus is generative and interactive abstraction on the web. Currently he combines his experience from building websites and digital products with generative art and the new potential NFTs present.

  • Canek Zapata

    Canek Zapata (Mexico City, 1985)
    Editor, curator and net art.
    His work focuses on the exploration of automated models of writing, languages. visuals of the internet and net art. Studied at UNAM. He attended the 2016 Photographic Production Seminar of the Centro de la Imagen. He obtained the scholarship from the Fundación para las letras Mexicanas (2015-16). He has exhibited at the Centro de la Imagen, the Cuartelito, MUAC, the XIII FEMSA Biennial, Carrillo Gil Museum, Proyectos Multipropósitos, Aleph Festival and the Visual Art Center of the University of Texas in Austin. his work has been anthologized in the Electronic Literature Collection Volume 4. He has curated exhibitions in the Libertad Gallery, the Museum of the City of Querétaro and the Oaxaca Book Fair, The Wrong Biennial 2019-20 and Casa Equis. He is an editor and programmer at the electronic literature publishing house He was editor of the magazine 404 of the Centro de Cultura Digital. He was co-curator of Zona Hipermedial with Doreen A. Ríos, at the Centro de Cultura Digital. He is a specialist in digital culture, generative systems such as automatic writing and LLM, the internet art, glitch art and memes. He has published texts in Revista de la Universidad, PaperMag, Excelsior, horizontal, Revista 404.Tierra

  • Yehwan Song

    Yehwan Song is a Korean-born, New York-based web artist specializing in creating non-user-centric, unconventional, and diverse independent internet spaces. The primary focus in Yehwan's projects is on exploring the discomfort and insecurity experienced by marginalized users, which is often hidden beneath the facade of technological utopianism, marked by excessive comfort, speed, and ease of use.


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    2024.5.10 09:00 _ 2024.5.10 12:00

    "Web as a Medium" Opening Reception

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