generation/mutation 1.2

After its launch on DIGITALSOULS.COM in 1998, interest in generation/mutation grew week by week. A steady stream of new contributions arrived almost daily. These early, human made contributions are presented here in generation/mutation 1.2

generation/mutation 1.2

generation/mutation 1.2

generation/mutation 1.2

Miquel Santos | Jean Beil | Jay Heitman | Jon Johnson | Mary
Lynch | Ian Cartwright | Creepy | Ron George | Daniel C. Boyer
Corey H Eiseman | Carl Patzel | Tara Camacho | Polina | H-Ray
Heine Gweedo | Michael MacKenzie | Oliver Loveday | Alex
McLean | E_B_A | Emily Smith | Rob Forsyth | Joe Wakefield
Dmitry Misalin | Joe Keenan | Phil Smith | Stephanie Rigsby | Faith
Buck | Casey Keeler | Tom R. Chambers | Udo Hanten
M.G. Wood | Martin Pribble | Keith P. Chevalier | M. Marshall
Kakupacal

 

August 2001

 

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Udo Hanten: fish-waiting4water
Udo Hanten: fish-waiting4water
Kakupacal: untitled
Kakupacal: untitled
Anonymous: Bolan
Anonymous: Bolan
Udo Hanten: Fishcar
Udo Hanten: Fishcar
Anonymous: untitled
Anonymous: untitled
Anonymous: untitled
Anonymous: untitled
Kakupacal: untitled
Kakupacal: untitled
Anonymous: untitled
Anonymous: untitled
M Marshall: the last yardsale
M Marshall: the last yardsale
Keith P Chevalier: i remember
Keith P Chevalier: i remember
M.G. Wood: none
M.G. Wood: none
Martin Pribble: The Mercy Seat
Martin Pribble: The Mercy Seat
Udo Hanten: boy Zone
Udo Hanten: boy Zone
Tom R. Chambers: Alteration dv01a
Tom R. Chambers: Alteration dv01a
Casey Keeler: Ergonomicon’s Response to Infinity
Casey Keeler: Ergonomicon’s Response to Infinity
Joe Keenan: Generific
Joe Keenan: Generific
Stephanie Rigsby: mutation
Stephanie Rigsby: mutation
Phil Smith: Untitled
Phil Smith: Untitled
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generation/mutation by H-Ray Heine

 

Chapter 1 - Crowds

Based on the idea of crowdsourcing creative work online, years before the expression “crowdsourcing” was coined, generation/mutation received contributions from a diverse group of international new media artists. During its first two years, the project’s online exhibition attracted more than 2.5 million visitors and has remained one of the most iconic collaborative new media artworks online.

Launched on digitalsouls.com in the early days of the Internet, before Google or Facebook or iPhones, generation/mutation explores the new possibilities of collaborative art production and distribution afforded by the evolution of digital technologies.

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