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Final Project Link

This is the link to my Final Project 2: http://students.uwf.edu/sam149 Thank you!

Link to Samantha Mumma’s website

The link to my rough draft is: students.uwf.edu/sam149

Net Art VS. Art on the Web

Net Art VS. Art on the Web  Samantha Mumma Diana Smith is a net artist that can be highlighted for her contribution to an unorthodox medium of digital artwork. She has taken art and HTML coding and blended the two together to create master pieces of art on the internet. Although, she isn’t the only artist exploring art within HTML, she is recognized through her focus on detail and aesthetics. The concept uses HTML rather than an illustrator to many viewers surprise. Diana comment of why she chose to use HTML as a medium rather than a less tedious medium such as illustrator and she comments, “ I’ve heard that question a lot since I did this—like, why? There’s no good reason other than fun, just because, and art”. [1] She holds a mindset that prefers to program the information to display certain shapes certain way rather than using a paint brush. Diana emphasizes her enjoyment of using HTLM and challenging the limits of her programming abilities.

Collaboration and Participation Presentation

Here is the link to our groups Collaboration and Participation presentation: https://docs.google.com/ presentation/d/ 17HisMWZ5tXxLe66SaI08Rzo-BOyh_ LRr1io1umkIueI/edit#slide=id. g4cd11d514b_0_0

The Rhizome Net Anthology

The Rhizome Net Anthology Samantha Mumma  February 10th, 2019    The Rhizome Net Anthology compiled chapters of influential net art styled webpages and discussed their impact and purpose during the era it was created. In Chapter 1 I viewed, A Cyberfeminist Manifesto for the 21 st century , by VNS Matrix. This project was meant to discuss propaganda as an artwork. The images included was meant to send a message and intrigued the viewer to read into the image to understand its purpose. This contributed to the feminist movement and the creators inserted a slimy and sex driven type of humor to speak to the male dominated computer users. These images were circulating in the 1990’s and once sent by the medias available of the time the images went viral and fueled the conversation about cyberfeminism. The discussion of cyberfeminism began to grow and accommodate many different feminists of the time. The pieces that came out of this popular time period were contribut