“Without an audience which adds content, navigates, reacts, or accepts an invitation for participation or an invitation to make use of a specific work nothing happens, and more importantly, without this there is practically no art experience.”
- By Josephine Bosma, “Arts as experience: meet the active audience” in Network Art: Practices and Positions (Routledge, 2006) P. 31.
“ Computers allow the possibility to adjust or design to what degree information can be manipulated, or can be controlled at wish, by the author/artist.”
- By Josephine Bosma, “Arts as experience: meet the active audience” in Network Art: Practices and Positions (Routledge, 2006) P. 32.
“The Web will redraw the boundary between our fictitious and our real identities.”
- By Steven Holtzman, Digital Mosaics: The Aesthetics of Cyberspace (Simon & Schuster, 1997) P. 39.
“ Online identity allows a simultaneous presence in various spaces and contexts, a constant ‘reproduction’ of the self without body.”
- By Christiane Paul, “ Body and Identity” in Digital Art, (Thames and Hudson, 2003) P.165.
"This real world actually only exists in the brain of any one person, so everyone sees a different world."Here, I am." In this case, "here" is the place where "my" eyes exist; it is the center of the world. "
- From ARS Electronica Aechive on Inter Dis-Communication Machine