How should you exhibit art in virtual reality? An interview with web resident Manuel Minch on his project »Internet Moon Gallery« – a moon based exhibition space for digital art
In Jeremy Rotsztain’s virtual reality world, Frederik Kiesler’s ideal cinema from the ’20s comes to life again. An interview with the web artist
For journalists, developers/coders, designers, artists, and all other creatives and professionals who work on digital projects. The deadline is June 30, 2016.
Web artist Travis Hallenbeck left his daily online routine, blocking sites like Google and Facebook for a month to explore the wilderness of the World Wide Web.
The Institute for New Feeling mirrors the dark art of SEO to initiate their own campaign creating misleading, banal, and sometimes even poetic content.
Dina Karadžić and Vedran Gligo used the dark net’s principles to realize »Pivilion«, a decentralized and user-curated web gallery that runs on Raspberry Pi’s.
Wouldn’t it be nice to organize an exhibition on social media art? A call for action by Alessandro Mininno & Stefano Mirti
Decentralization of Internet art has just begun, but is it a cure or just another dead end? The first Schlosspost Web Residencies curated by Netro
»Journalism is already dark, but we were the most evil.« The Berlin Internet agency and web artists Netro will join the Solitude network in 2016.
The funniest Google Street View parasite game ever by the Berlin internet agency NETRO, who will be Solitude fellows in the field of web development in 2016.