New Zealand web art and digital art, a list of websites
Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences
The mission of the Academy is to promote and advance common interests in the worldwide entertainment software community. It recognizes outstanding achievement in interactive content and the entertainment software community, and conducts an annual awards show and enhance the image and awareness of entertainment software.
The ADA Network enables communication between artists, curators, teachers, critics, theorists, writers and the interested public. ADA develops public understanding of digital art through its online forum, through publications and exhibitions, and by touring speakers, holding master classes and symposia.
Online performance by Karla Ptacek: artist, designer.
Avator Body Collision
Four women who met online in 2001 through the[abc]experiment, and who continue to work under the name of Avatar Body Collision, experimenting at the interface between the live performer and the avatar, the meeting points of theatre and cyberspace.
The webpage of cyber artist and writer Helen Varley Jamieson.
Live performance in online chat environments employing graphical chat rooms, webcam, conferencing technology, taking place in real time. Helen Varley Jamieson.
The Darkroom Studio,
a motion graphics studio run by Bruce Ferguson.
Image and Text
Image and text is an independent, non commercial, by-invitation, online gallery dedicated to the internet as an art medium and platform for critical discourse.
A New Zealand internet news magazine.
Media Design School, Auckland.
The Media Design School specialises in unleashing your full potential through providing you the skills and knowledge required by creative and computer technology industries.
Modernist design and its history in New Zealand. A delve into our collective past, this project combines the concepts of the opportunity shop and optical art (op art) as its basis.
The Physics Room
A contemporary art project space, archive of web works, web art, web art exhibitions.
Words, 8mm, c47 design, the Light-Bulb Cult, Shrines.
Online/virtual performance, theatre and storytelling. A web-based venue and tool for artists to compile differen digital media for textual and audiovisual communication into a live performance, in real time, for online audiences.
Waikato University Screen and Media Online
Criticism and Creativity in 21st Century Media.
User-friendly advice on writing for the web, a site from Rachel McAlpine.
Experimental web art by New Zealand artists. Based in Auckland, Window wishes to extend both ‘on-site’ and ‘on-line’ sites as spaces for the display of ideas and the catalyst for experiment and discussion.