david barrett: links
Top five button presses...
The most elegant of Michael Atavar's 'e-say' text works.
Use the pop-up window to choose your musical accompaniment - simple but effective. (Make sure that your browser does not block pop-up windows, otherwise you will just get the normal CNN website.)
Family-album snapshots made into movies.
You know how, in horror films, someone is always told not to go in the basement but, in the end, they always do? Well, don't follow this link...
Useful things, interesting things and projects by friends that are also worth a click...
What it says it is: The New Media Art Resource.
Net art lucky dip.
An engine for translating web pages into Old English using a dictionary based on the ancient Anglo-Saxon Beowulf manuscript. Especially interesting for Geordies like myself who recognise much of the Viking dialect... [NOTE: This work has gone offline, so take a look at Carlo's other projects on his website.]
A selection of systems- and digital-based projects by this Austrian artist. Look out particularly for documentation of his elegant Scanner installation.
A long list of interesting projects.
A net art classic.
In case you happened to miss it first time around.
Homemade word processor. (Not Linux OpenOffice.)
Chatroom avatars based on real people, not teenage fantasies.
Documentation of a chatroom performance.
Website of the British artist who specializes in digital image manipulation, which includes two startling self-portraits: I Will Despoil and Conquer Your Eyes!, and Loss, Pain and Regret. But Mostly Loss.
I don't quite understand this work, but it has an interesting interface.
Non-linear narrative work.
The British artist's official website. Virginia, Christine and Kiera Walking are worth downloading.
Documentation of an interesting offline project.
The British artist's official website. Recent works include some digital projects.
This is getting out of hand now that Freyer is tracking down the sold items, but the original idea was interesting.
Self-surveillance. Someone had to do it.
Facilitating political activism with both intelligence and humour. Pronounced 'artmark'.
Not the World Trade Organization.
If any of the above links are dead, please let me know.