You’re welcome to choose one of these projects — or allow them to inspire other ideas — for your Exhibition Reviews.
You can take a look at our Fall 2010 students’ reviews here.
Digital/Net/Software Art Exhibitions and Databases:
- Runme.org (launched 2003): “Runme.org is a software art repository, launched in January 2003. It is an open, moderated database to which people are welcome to submit projects they consider to be interesting examples of software art.”(see Steve Dietz, “Curating Net Art: A Field Guide” In Christiane Paul, Ed., New Media in the White Cube and Beyond: Curatorial Models for Digital Art (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2008): 76-84; Joasia Krysa, “Distributing Curating and Immateriality” In Christiane Paul, Ed., New Media in the White Cube and Beyond: Curatorial Models for Digital Art (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2008): 87-105)
- Gallery 9 (Steve Dietz, Walker Art Center, 1997-2003): “Gallery 9 is the Walker Art Center’s online exhibition space. Between 1997 and 2003, under the direction of Steve Dietz, Gallery 9 presented the work of more than 100 artists and became one of the most recognized online venues for the exhibition and contextualization of Internet-based art.”
- e.space (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, launched 2000): “e.space was created to explore new art forms that exist only on the web. These commissioned online projects explore new forms of storytelling — taking a fresh look at what constitutes an exhibition — within the unique space of the personal computer screen.”
- Artport (Whitney Museum of Art, launched 2001): “Artport is the Whitney Museum’s portal to net art and digital arts, and an online gallery space for commissioned net art projects.”
- net condition (MIT Press/Editor: Peter Weibel, Director of ZKM)
Sites using Omeka, “a free, flexible, and open source web-publishing platform for the display of library, museum, archives, and scholarly collections and exhibitions.”
American Association of Museums’ 2011 MUSE Award Winners: with categories including “Applications & APIs,” “Audio Tours & Podcasts,” “Digital Communities,” “Games & Augmented Reality,” “Interactive Kiosks,” “Mobile Applications,” and more!
Museums and the Web’s 2011 Best of the Web Winners
Making Things Public (Bruno Latour & Peter Weibel, ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany, March 2005)