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Net Art: About

Erick Beltran, Net Art 2013

 

Impakt Net Art is Impakt’s platform for online art, previously known as Impakt Online. Impakt Net Art stimulates the development of new art projects on the Internet, and gives structural support to internet art. Special attention is directed at projects that utilize properties of the Internet in a creative way. Yearly, Impakt Online commissions three online artworks that are launched on the website in an online exhibition. During Impakt festival, the works are presented and contextualized, often in the form of presentations by the artists themselves.

Raymond Taudin Chabot is a visual artist working with the media of photography and moving image. He has obtained his bachelor in photography at the Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam and completed a masters in visual arts at the Goldsmiths College in London. In his works the idea of abstraction is understood and explored in formal and art-historical terms and paired with contemporary economic practices.
He is currently teaching Moving Image at the Royal College of Art in the Hague and is working on a television documentary on Holland’s next generation of philosophers.

Sabine Niederer is director of CREATE-IT, the applied research center of the School of Design and Communication at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. She is also coordinator of the Digital Methods Initiative, the new media PhD program at the Dept. of Media Studies, University of Amsterdam. In her PhD project Sabine studies the technicity of online content, such as the non-human content agents that co-author online content (e.g. Twitter bots, Wikipedia bots), in an analysis of climate skepticism on the Web. Sabine has taught new media theory and curated new media exhibitions and events since 2001.

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