Hours and dates
- Oct 28 from 11:40 to 12:20
Olia Lialina is among the best-known participants in the 1990s net.art scene – an early-days, network-based art pioneer. Her early work had a great impact on recognizing the Internet as a medium for artistic expression and storytelling. This century her continuous and close attention to Internet architecture, “net.language” and vernacular web has made her an important voice in contemporary art and new media theory. Lialina is credited with founding one of the earliest web galleries, Art Teleportacia. She is cofounder and keeper of One Terabyte of Kilobyte Age archive and a professor at Merz Akademie in Stuttgart, Germany and a GIF model.
ConferencesWhat Does it Mean to Make a Web Page
What did it mean to design a web page in 1993 and what will it be in 2023? Let’s talk about World Wide Web its deep history and very near future. This talk is for those who is interested to discover the roots of modern sites and apps and the way the role of web designer, web master and web user is evolving.