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ARS Electronica. Prix Ars Electronica
Since 1987, the Prix Ars Electronica has served as an interdisciplinary platform for everyone who uses the computer as a universal medium for implementing and designing their creative projects at the interface of art, technology and society.

Art Future
A portal guide devoted to futuristic art and design, art created with new technologies,web/internet art, scientific art, new forms of art collecting, and other related resources.

A list of digital artists from Wikipedia.

Bavari, Allessandro
Noted Italian artist/computer artist Alessandro Bavari’s own website.

3D Total
The CG artists homepage, daily news with links to all the best 3d animations and site. Huge libraries and galleries with free graphic.

About ( is leading graphics and animation portal where people come from all walks of life (enthusiasts to students to professionals) to read industry news, tutorials, makings, interviews, evaluate other people s work and exchange ideas about animation, film, composting and much more.

Computer art, Wikipedia entry.

Computer Arts Society
The Computer Arts Society (CAS) was founded in 1968, in order to encourage the creative use of computers in the arts.

Art Made with Code
DevArt is art made with code, by developers pushing the possibilities of creativity and technology. They use technology as the canvas and code as the raw materials to create innovative, engaging digital art installations.
DevArt is the opportunity to open their creative process, share their art with the world and be a part of a new movement in art.
Google, with the Barbican in London, commissioned a developer to create a new digital art installation alongside some of the world’s best interactive artists at the Digital Revolution exhibition: the biggest and most comprehensive exploration of digital creativity ever to be staged in the UK.

The Space
The Space is for audiences to explore new art shared around the world. They commission new talent and established artists from all art forms, as well as across the creative industries, and technical and digital worlds, through open calls and partnerships.

Rafaël Rozendaal
Rafaël Rozendaal is a visual artist who uses the internet as his canvas. His artistic practice consists of websites, installations, lenticulars, writings and lectures. Spread out over a vast network of domain names, he attracts a large online audience of over 30 million visits per year.
Selected Exhibitions: Centre Pompidou, Venice Biennial, Valencia Biennial, Casa Franca Brasil Rio, TSCA Gallery Tokyo, Seoul Art Square, NIMk Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum project space.

Lindsay Howard
Lindsay Howard is a curator exploring how the Internet is shaping art and culture.
In 2010 she founded the exhibition program at 319 Scholes, which has since supported twenty group and solo exhibitions featuring over three hundred artists working at the intersection of art and technology.

Julie Freeman
Julie Freeman’s work spans visual, audio and digital art forms and explores the relationship between technology, science and nature, and how we perceive and interact with them.

Data as Culture
Data as Culture selects, commissions and curates data-driven artworks for the UK’s Open Data Institute (ODI). The ODI and MzTEK created an art programme that engages people in how data can be used as an art material. A total of nine works, three new commissions and six existing ones, were all displayed at the Institute.

Goldsmiths Digital Studios
Goldsmiths Digital Studios is a hub of experimentation, fundamental investigations and innovative practices, forging links between digital technologies and artistic practice.

Paddles On!
PADDLES ON! is an exhibition and auction that brings together artists who are using digital technologies to establish the next generation of contemporary art. Curated by Lindsay Howard and presented in collaboration with Tumblr, this collection is the second digital art auction at Phillips, in recognition of the increasing viability of this work in the contemporary art marketplace. In October 2013, PADDLES ON! launched as the first exclusively digital art auction at a major international auction house. Nearly 500 people attended the live auction which was envisioned as both the first sale by an international auction house to support digital work and the start of a larger conversation on how the contemporary art world is adapting to and engaging with new technologies.

Electric Objects
A computer made for displaying art, with no keyboard or mouse. Explore and display thousands of objects,
including original artwork, or upload your own.

An online community for art and skin lovers. A large collection of software skins  and desktop wallpapers. DeviantART is an expansive, worldwide community of artists of every age and nationality who create works spanning every medium, every subject and level of talent and skill.

Digitalarti (Digital Art International)
The international portal & community dedicated to digital art. An information resource on over hundred digital art artists and festivals.

Database of Digital Art
The compArt database Digital Art is a constantly growing repository on digital art. It focusses on people (artists, authors, gallerists, etc.), works, events, publications, institutions, and more.

Art Future
A portal guide devoted to futuristic art and design, art created with new technologies,web/internet art, scientific art, new forms of art collecting, and other related resources.

Events *

File electronic language international festival, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Ars Electronica Festival, Linz, Austria.

V2 organisation and DEAF festival Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

STRP art & technology festival, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

File Prix Lux
A prize for digital art conceived to complement FILE’s actions in the area of electronic and digital languages, with the intent of rewarding, motivating and stimulating the emergence of new talents.


Internet Museum, Japan

Sight distortion for the masses. Digital art and sculpture: submit your digital art for inclusion.

Holzer, Jenny. Jenny Holzer webpage.  ah, da ‘web

Computer Fine Arts. A collation of digital art web projects.

The Austrian artist Lia – one of the early pioneers of Software and Net Art – has been creating digital art, installations and sound works since 1995. Her Internet works combine various traditions of drawing and painting with the aesthetic of digital images and algorithms.

Mark Amerika

Immobilité (Mark Amerika)

Professor VJ

Mark Amerika Online
Mark Amerika Works Online. Categorized & Annotated.

Masucci, Lello. Lello Masucci
Digital poetry was born from the relation between man and machine
Performances, videopoesia, installazioni, videopittura.

MOMA online multimedia projects.

Museum of failed e-commerce sites. Ghost Sites.

Museum of Web Art (MOWA)

Oliver, Julian. Julian Oliver
Julian Oliver is a “critical engineer”, currently developing open source augmented reality projects.

Schools *

School of Machines, Making & Make-Believe
School of Machines, Making & Make-Believe is an organization dedicated to the imaginative exploration of art, technology, design, interactivity and storytelling.

Top 100 Schools for Animation, Gaming, and Design


Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Computer Art Collections
The V&A has been collecting computer-generated art and design since the 1960s, and has also acquired two significant collections: The Computer Arts Society Collection and The Patric Prince archive. Together these form the basis of the UK’s emerging national collection of computer art.

Whitney Museum Portal to Net Art

Wikipedia entry on digital art.