there is a net.art-bibliography on artechock:
although it is in german and not complete it might be helpful.
Christiane Paul schrieb:
> The texts and essays accompanying previous net art exhibitions might also be helpful -- you find listings of these shows at artport.whitney.org (go to resources, select exhibitions) or rhizome.org. Further writings are at the Walker Art Center's Gallery 9 walkerart.org/gallery9. And the history of net art Alexei Shulgin and Natalie Bookchin did (at easylife.org) is also worth looking at in this context.
> >>... I'm disappointed that I have
> >>not been able to find much useful in print or on the net regarding the
> >>aesthetics or poetics of net movements. ...
> >>HELP. suggestions?
> >Here's three references, but they are more about other new media than
> >the net, and are from a while ago in net terms. Otherwise I'd try
> >Mute magazine (UK) <http://www.metamute.com/index.htm>. It's worth
> >looking up more recent Manovich writings, and Matthew (Matt) Fuller
> >Neumark, Norie (1995) "Interactive journeys: Making room to move in
> >the cultural territories of interactivity (aesthetics and politics of
> >computer imagery in popular culture)." Leonardo Vol.28 No.4. 301-6.
> >Lunenfeld, Peter (1996) "Theorising in real time: Hyperaesthetics for
> >the technoculture." Afterimage, Jan./Feb. 16-17.
> >Manovich, Lev (1996) "The aesthetics of virtual worlds: Report from
> >Los Angeles." Ctheory, Global Algorithm 1.3. [Online]. Available from
> >URL: http://www.ctheory.com/e42.html.
> >Hope that's some help - hopefully the CRUMB links will also lead you
> >to some real live projects. Anyone else have suggestions?
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