From tackling boring politicians to celebrating fishing trophies, a two month long (October-November 2011) project has given Lithuanian artists a much-needed boost in net-based art.
WebJs, a mix of eight weeks research, internet folklore and an endless stream of internet data, is the result of a residency programme in Nida Art Colony in 2011, supported by the Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artist’s Association. Dirk Paesmans from the JODI.org collective (Dirk Paesmans & Joan Heemskerk) was joined by Lithuanian artists Darius Miksys, Irma Stanaityte, Andrius Kviliunas, Robertas Narkus, and Linas Ramanauskas.

Here you can express yourself. (*required)