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Day 365 – David Cologiovanni

27-Dec-10

netart by David Colagiovanni (USA

When the domain expires thta’s the end of netart.

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Day 364 – Vesna Srnic

27-Dec-10

netart by Vesna Srnic (Croatia)

The future lies in the hands of our children!

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Day 363 – Aleksandar Janicijevic

27-Dec-10

netart by Aleksandar Janicijevic (Serbia)/Canada)

Before its comes to an end, please make a “psychograph” first!

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Day 362 – Yota Morimoto

27-Dec-10

netart by Yota Morimoto (Japan)

Close to end, interact with “processing”.

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Day 361 – Andrei Thomaz & Martin Heuser

27-Dec-10

netart by Andrei Thomaz & Martin Heuser

It is astonishing how a text by Lev Manovich can be used.

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Day 360 – Volkslesen.tv

27-Dec-10

netart by Volkslesen.tv

People read for people. This way, the Internet will save the book as a cultural value.

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Day 356 – Matthieu Cherubini

20-Dec-10

netart by Matthieu Cherubini (CH)

Become an explorer on Facebook! Matthieu Cherubini will show you how to do it! And all is provided by “Celebrate!”

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Day 355 – Aaron Oldenburg

20-Dec-10

netart by Aaron Oldenburg (USA)

Let’s start a new life – and get baptized. Aaron Oldenburg is offering a special service. Try on “Celebrate!”

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Day 354 – Ernesto Rios Lanz

20-Dec-10

netart by Ernetso Rios Lanz (MX)

Gaming in the urban landscape – a favourite by Ernesto Rios Lanz, and now provided by “Celebrate!”

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Day 353 – Matias Giulani

20-Dec-10

netart by Matias Giulani (AR)

Sound, spoken und written words and unknown compositions markthe netrta pieces by Matias Giulani from Argentina. Get a higher perception via “Celebrate!”

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Day 336 – Stefan Baltensberger

13-Dec-10

netart by Stefans Baltenberger (CH)

When God invented the programming languages, he forgot to consider Switzerland in his plannings. This way English became the official language for programming. But now the Swiss entered the barricades, they felt neglected, one artist gave The Swiss back their self-confidence by preparing Swiss version of the basic programming tools. How funny it can be shows Stefan Baltensberger now on “Celebrate!”

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Day 335 – Gonzalo Cueto

13-Dec-10

netart by gonzalo Cueto (Chile)

Today, Gonzalo Cueto is your virtual host taking you to Araukaria deep in the South of Chile. “Celebrate!” is offering you this unique opportunity.

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Day 334 – Agam Andreas

13-Dec-10

netart by Agam Andreas (NL)

Net literature is a specific field of netart which is not practiced so widely.
Agam Andreas from the Netherlands is offering two opens for being involved . Just try it on “Celebrate!”

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Day 333 – Roderick Coover

13-Dec-10

netart by Roderick Coover (USA)

Roderick Coover takes “Celebrate!” to the Canyons! Wow!

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Day 331 – Miriam Needoba

13-Dec-10

netart by Miriam Needoba (Canada)

It is a funny idea to construct the globe completely new. Miriam Needoba gives you th tools to do so on “Celebrate!”

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Day 330 – Panayiotis Payiatis

13-Dec-10

netart by Panayiotis Payiatis (Greece)

Take a breath an hold it as long as Panayiotis Payiatis wants you to hold. Pay attention, how to survive on “Celebrate!”

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Day 326- James B. Pollack

29-Nov-10

netart by James B. Pollack (USA)

A series of seven interactve 3D works by James B. Pollack (USA) is discussing philosophical questions how to deal with the art of the art and the word. Let’s “Celebrate”!!

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Day 325 – Mark Beasley

29-Nov-10

netart by Mark Beasley (USA)

Mark Beasley is going down to questions of lables, labelling and categorizing. “Celebrate” invites you to lable yourself.

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Day 324 – Ximena Alarcón

29-Nov-10

netart by Ximena Alarcon (Colombia)

Sound is a very special tool for identification. According to Ximenia Alarcón’s work it is one of the key perceptions for recollecting and giving things a meaning.

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Day 323 – Ana Carvalho

29-Nov-10

netart by Ana Carvalho (Portugal)

Memories packed into an interactive diary. Ana Cravalho (Portugal) shars with “Celebrate!” her most intimate thoughts.

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