From May 27 to June 12, 2004 an exhibition of international artists takes place on the prestigious Electric Avenue of Vienna Museumsquartier (MQ). The exhibition, 32 Bit Connection: Webism - Art connecting the World, features works by eight artists from around the world that met over the Web. Webism is the new ism of the new Millenium and is derived from the Internet. It has become a steadily growing global cultural movement with artists working in all types of media.
Participating artists are:
Willem den Broeder, Schiedam/The Netherlands, http://www.surrealisme.nl/
Dr. Rodney Chang (Pygoya)/USA (Hawaii), http://www.lastplace.com/
Christian Couette/FRANCE, www.christianfly.com/M
Bernard Dumaine/FRANCE, http://perso.wanadoo.fr/e-mages/index.htm
Ingrid Kamerbeek/GERMANY, http://www.artingrid.de
Tibor Kovacs-egri, Budapest/Hungary, http://web.axelero.hu/kegri/index.htm
Uly Paya/AUSTRIA, http://www.artland.at/oval/index.html
Zazie (Evi Moechel)/AUSTRIA, http://www.zazie.at
Dr. Rodney Chang (Pygoya)/USA and Ingrid Kamerbeek/Germany both absolutearts.com artists founded the "Webism Group of Worldwide Artists" after the "First Pygoyan European Art Tour" in November 2003. The show is organized by Zazie and Uly Paya of Austria.
The group is always seeking active artists, no matter which media they work in, to join the "Webism Group of Worldwide Artists". Their goals include active artists who wish to work on a worldwide scale on- and offline.