PRINT October 2001

Christiane Paul

“Network culture” has become a catchphrase when it comes to describing the global (i.e., wired) society now inhabited by a large part of the world. While not all of the following sites are situated in an art context, they all comment on the cultural aspects of networks, be they communities of interest or metaphors for information flow.

Christiane Paul is adjunct curator of new-media arts at the Whitney Museum of American Art and cofounder and editor in chief of Intelligent Agent, a magazine devoted to interactive media.

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