Internet art

What is the metaverse and why does it matter to the art world? Experts weigh in and predict its future impact

A dream or a marketing campaign? All hype or all-important? The Art Newspaper’s XR panel looks at the ways the metaverse has become a part of the field

How to build the next American president

Gretchen Andrew’s “power trip” sees her manipulating the internet to design her ideal leader of the free world

'Born digital': the stalwart institutions that have been producing online art since long before Covid-19

As museums rush to upload online content during lockdown, we speak to some of the people who have been championing innovative digital work for years

From Y2K to Tor: new show explores how artists make sense of the internet

Exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago is one of the largest to tackle the subject so far in the US

(Inter)facing the future at Barbican's 'Digital Revolution'

Exploring the impact of digital technology on art, music, film and design

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Robert Norton and Harry Blain brings the art world online

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Eyestorm, the internet print publishing company, is financially thriving

Launched at the height of the internet boom in 1999, it has to date received $24 million of capital funding

What are museums doing to collect, store and show internet art?

Ossian Ward investigates European and US perspectives and the issues of conservation and ownership

Passport to the universe: Virtual reality at the Hayden Planetarium

Clare Henry saw the latest high-tech astronomical display at in New York and says scientists have taken art to new heights

Fresh from its successful stand-off with e-commerce giant, eToys, etoy enter Manhattan

The group of international, web-based, artists is bringing its witty blend of conceptual, digital and performance art to New York


Techno-art in Tokyo with two new institutions focusing on new media

Japan’s technological expertise and interest in media art on display at the Inter Communication Centre and the Image and Technology Gallery