Four ways that one can talk about “Post Internet”:
1. New Media art made after the launch of the World Wide Web and, thus, the introduction of mainstream culture to the Internet.
2. Marisa Olson’s definition: Art made after one’s use of the Internet. ”The yield” of her surfing and computer use, as she describes it.
3. Art responding to a condition that may also be described as “Post Internet”–when the Internet is less a novelty and more a banality.
4. What Guthrie Lonergan described as “Internet Aware”–or when the photo of the art object is more widely dispersed than the object itself.
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