Cyberspace is Not Disneyland : The Role of the Artist in a
Networked World

Cyberspace is not Disneyland. It's not a polished, perfect place built by professional designers for the public to obediently wait on line to passively experience. It's more like a finger-painting party. Everyone is making things, there's paint everywhere, and most work only a parent would love. Here and there, works emerge that most people would agree are achievements of note. The rich variety of work reflects the diversity of participants. And everyone would agree, the creative process and the ability for self expression matter more than the product.


Amy Bruckman


Bruckman, Amy (1995). "Cyberspace is Not Disneyland: The Role of the Artist in a Networked World." Commissioned for the Getty Art History Information Program's web site. 1995.

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