Javamuseum call for entries: netart wanted – deadline 31 October 2007

JavaMuseum- Forum for Internet Technology in Contemporary Art is looking for Internet based art (netart) for a series of features starting in November 2007 on occasion of NewMediaFest2007.

In this framework, the first of these features will become the third exhibition component besides the shows -“Seven Ways for Saying Internet with Net Art” curated by Elena Julia Rossi (Rome), who is, among others, also responsable for the netart shows at
MAXXI – National Museum of 21st Century Rome/Italy – and “a+b=ba? art +blog=blogart?”

JavaMuseum, founded in 2000 as a virtual museum, is one of the relevant platforms for Internet based art on the net. Under the direction of Wilfried Agricola de Cologne, JavaMuseum realised 18 showcases and competitions of netart in a global context between 2001 and 2005 and is hosting a comprehensive collection of netart from the years 2000-2004 including more than 350 artists.

In 2006 and 2007, JavaMuseum was undergoing a restructuration phase and launched JIP – JavaMuseum Interview Project –, which will contain more than 100 interviews by professionals in the field of art and New Media. after its relaunch in November 2007.

JavaMuseum is looking for netart projects, which are completed after 1 January 2004 and not part of JavaMuseum, yet, max. 5 project proposals can be submitted.

The entry form can be found on


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