Tangible Internet specific Art
net.art was a very popular, global art movement in ‘90. Artists used Internet as a material, atelier, gallery and the content of their art at the same time.\n
In the time of net.art, connections were slow, screens were small, web pages were simple, but the discourse on the Internet was global, constructive and critical.
With the Internet boom, net.art became the most cutting edge art of its time. It was exhibited in virtually every contemporary art museum in the world.
Later on net.art was forgotten, mostly because it was so difficult to monetize. Most works were lost and there is very little documentation left about it.