Computer Graphics Society (CGS) - A leading online provider of information on everything to do with
digital art, computer graphics, animation and digital visual effects.
Ear Studio - EAR Studio has managed the development, fabrication, and architectural
coordination of all of Ben Rubin's large-scale art installations, including Listening Post, San Jose Semaphore, Moveable Type, and Beacon. The studio's capabilities include digital modeling and animated pre-visualization, audiovisual
systems engineering, preparation of construction documents, and oversight of fabrication and installation.
Museum of Computer Art (MOCA) - Established in 1994 by computer artists Don
Archer and Bob Dodson to promote computer art in its various forms and manifestations, including 3-D rendered art, fractals,
enhanced photography, animation, mixed media, computer-painted and -drawn art.
NYC Surveillance Camera Players - "Only someone completely distrustful of all government
would be opposed to what we are doing with surveillance cameras." - NYC Police Commissioner Howard Safir, 27 July 1999.
Once Upon a Forest - Interactive calendar with hallucinatory mix of visuals, sound and
Remidi Project - Interactive experiments and projects composed by a collaboration of web
telematic connections: the virtual embrace - Part history, part speculation, partly
onsite, partly online, it crosses boundaries between art, communications, and popular culture. Its four sections include installation
works, past and recent film clips, online projects, and a "telematics timeline." Through these various media, the exhibition presents the
ways in which artists use technology and the Internet to explore both the utopian desire for an expanded, global consciousness and the
dystopian consequences of our collective embrace, willing or not, of computer-mediated human communications.
Triangulation Blog - A daily publication, which shows the latest projects from new media
Whitney Museum Artport - The museum's ortal to Internet art and an online gallery
space for commissions of net art and new media art.
Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries - A Seoul, Korea-based Web art group consisting of Marc Voge (U.S.A.)
and Young-hae Chang (Korea). Their work, presented in 17 languages, is characterized by text-based animation composed in Adobe
Flash that is highly synchronized to a musical score that is often original and typically jazz.
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