These pages contain bibliographic information related to the Art After the Internet project. The strength and focus of these bibliographies is on the core themes related to the research project including: the production and distribution of art in relation to Web2.0 and digital technology; the relationship between social networking and identity; questions of class, gender and ethnicity in social media; and materiality in digital culture.
These bibliographies are arranged, loosely, according to disciplinary conventions, and only include texts which engage with Web2.0 and digital technology post-2004, unless where it provides important theoretical underpinning. As such, this bibliography does not cover earlier Net.Art practices or theories of the early Internet. These bibliographies are widely available elsewhere. They also do not include work currently being undertaken in the field of Digital Humanities, whose remit, broadly speaking, is to look at the impact of digital- and Internet-technology on research being conducted in the humanities.
Suggestions for texts to be included in the bibliographies are very welcome.