|Cultures of electronic networks|
|Aim: Position paper|
As also set out in the European Union position papers, art and culture on the Internet must benefit from structural policy measures. However, this is only possible in an environment which is appropriate both from the technical point of view and that of content. Thus the creation of independent and flexible platforms of critical media intelligence acquires particular significance, just as standards of electronic communication are subject to constant change.
These cultural interfaces between new media, culture and science - which will be represented on the panel as selected Best Practice models - are already performing outstanding and important work. It is the aim of this panel to increase their visibility, to visualise specific working methods and problems and to provide an insight into this ”new media practice”.
The following points and questions are
to be addressed in particular: