November 7, 2013
Net Art Implant

net art implant

Net Art Implant by Anthony Antonellis is a site-specific curatorial project which employs a NFC (Near Field Communication) chip implanted in the artists hand as a wireless space to store/exhibit work up to 1 Kilobyte in size. Currently the chip stores an animated gif by the artist however the intention is to source the space out to other artists.

As a form of micro-curation, the artwork will be rotated out to exhibit new artists and artworks on a regular basis. Future artworks may come in various file formats such as GIFs, JPGs, MIDI music, or ASCII art. An Android app in development allows for direct download of the GIF from the chip, displays extended information about the artwork, and contains an archive of previously exhibited works.

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