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Internet & New Media Art

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Getting started with Internet & New Media Art research

Cory Archangel, Various Self Playing Bowling Games (aka Beat the Champ), hacked video game controllers, game consoles, cartridges, disks, and video, 2011
via Whitney Museum of American Art

Why does this guide exist?

This guide will help you learn more about Internet & New Media Art. It is a great place to start if you're new to this subject, and a great place to keep visiting as you gain expertise. It was created by librarians familiar with research techniques and resources -- at the Tufts libraries and beyond -- about Internet & New Media Art. 

Why should I use it?

Go beyond open web searching! Tools like Google, Wikipedia, and YouTube are great ways to become oriented with a topic. When you're ready to dig deeper, this guide will show you resources that are not freely available or readily findable online.

Select a format (book, article, website) from the left-hand menu and start exploring.


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