In this part of the internet, we like to keep our pixels happy. This is all very strange. Pictures enjoy learning how the world works. Artists are human and sometimes also view the world through human filters. A great deal of net art thrives because it is free from institutionalization.
Internet art likes to tell visitors about the other side of the drawing paper that you never hear about. Funny artworks are everywhere and are inextricably linked to the emergence and maintenance of human civilization. The internet is perfect strategies to keep people at a safe distance from the artwork.
It's a fact of life. These days, with the internet, an image has a fraction of a second to register interest or not. I doubt many looked for longer than one second.
In a sense, the DNA of art is more real than reality. Outside the internet, it is almost invisible, but not quite, the theory has let the cat out of the bag. Once artists embark upon the journey, the mundane is left behind.
Art websites are places on the internet that usually contains stimulating material, such as duck webs, or a conceptual house of cards. We learn by subjecting our beliefs to evidence or to art objects.
Algorithmic art in which everything becomes an expression of abstract code. A useless website which did not begin as a whimsical can of worms is not art.
Empty art is extremely devoid of anything: "not solely in those artworks of a superficial and fleetingly entertaining nature designed merely to display the oddities of contemporary art"
Visitors are not passive observers, unlikely act as co-creators of the page unless there is much fun to do it. There are many ways of seeing but funny pictures played a central role in the artistic life of the internet.
Clownish picture strives to give new meanings to its comical image.
Computational artists will be a must to grok the meaning of pixels quickly. These amazing pictures are the confirmation of a lot of theoretical work.
Life imitates art, for surely, itís complicated. Drawing paper seems a logical home for zany art at the tail end of the internet.
Theorem: Because the underdog is there, things move in unpredictable zig-zagging patterns while drawing.
Sufficiency. It is easy to see that art go nonlinear. It is well known that meanwhile artworks move forward and leave you behind. This theorem also has an intuitive explanation, the message is that shape matters. This problem was shown to be NP-complete even in the "simplest" case of three pictures, thus calling for heuristic rather than exact algorithmic solutions.
They will end a story that happens to have a reasonably happy ending.