with Danielle Bronson

Sat Oct 19, 2019
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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Danielle Bronson is an artist and writer from the San Francisco Bay area.  A recent graduate of UC Davis, she is interested in the intersections between technology, art and practice. She currently writes art criticism for the blog Sartle: Rogue Art History.

“,” describes an art movement beginning in the late 1980s and continuing into the early 2000s in which artists used the Internet as a medium. During this period, artists implemented emergent Internet technologies such as email, chat rooms, blogging platforms, and code to create a wide range of works.
This talk will be a brief overview of’s history and an introduction to significant projects, themes, and ideas in the movement. 

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