Category Archive: Artworks

Museum of Glitch Aesthetics Launches at Abandon Normal Devices in Manchester, UK

The Museum of Glitch Aesthetics (MOGA) is the latest work in Mark Amerika’s collaborative series of transmedia narratives. MOGA tells the story of The Artist 2.0, an online persona whose personal mythology and body of digital artworks are rapidly being canonized into the annals of art history. The piece traces the life of the artist …

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GRAMMATRON – by Mark Amerika

GRAMMATRON is perhaps Mark Amerika’s most famous work of art. Exploding on to the digital art scene via the Web in early 1997, GRAMMATRON experiments with what were then emerging forms of art such as online hypertext narrative, Internet (or Net) art, and digitally expanded forms of cinema. GRAMMATRON invites the visitor to navigate through …

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PHON:E:ME by Mark Amerika

PHON:E:ME is an “orchestration of writerly effects” contributed by network artists, writers, designers, DJs, programmers and curators. Their combined efforts created a transformational online narrative environment that tells the story of how net culture is altering our received notions of authorship and originality, and how emerging digital artists are helping to break down the boundaries …

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FILMTEXT by Mark Amerika

FILMTEXT is a hybrid work of art that has appeared as a museum installation, a work of Internet art, an original World Wide Web soundtrack, an experimental artist e-book, and a series of live performances.  The work premiered at Mark Amerika’s How To Be An Internet Artist net art retrospective at the Institute of Contemporary …

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