iNet blog for use of art practitioners interested in interactive
Launched in February 2005 the iNet blog is supported by iRes,
the Interactive Art & Design Research Cluster, here at University College Falmouth, and is a collaborative
online space that facilitates the developing network of new media
practitioners based in and around University College Falmouth.
A previous version of iNet was launched last year by the iRes
as a point of information for participants of the cluster’s
Open Research meetings.
Although iNet is supported by iRes, it exists to meet some of
the many different needs of practitioners expressed at the various
Open Research Meetings. Here is a list of possible uses of iNet.
If you have other suggestions, then let us know and we'll add them
to the list.
iNet is an information resource, and any contributor is able to
post information to the site.
iNet is a space where practitioners can present their artwork.
iNet is a space for artists/curators to put together exhibitions
of networked art.
iNet is a space where you can make use of the 'comment' facilities
of blogs to discuss your work in progress, whether that is art,
design, practice-led research or theory.