Web-based Art

Alan Sondheim—sound and image works. Try telegraph.mp3 if you don't know where to start.
What Is Missing—Maya Lin's collaborative project documenting recent species extinction.
Google Gravity—just for fun.
You're The Man Now, Dog—what can be done with tiled animations and looped sounds....
The Devil’s Dictionary—a totally fun website by Mike Leung.
Au Bord Du Fleuve/On The Riverside—by Joseph Lefèvre and Martine Koutnouyan; a meditative flash site.
Automated Beacon—by Thomson & Craighead. Google searches in real time. Lots of spelling mistakes and mostly about sex.
Blue Ball Machine (Classic Gif Returned)—animated gif fun.
DATA DIARIEZZZZZZ—by Cory Arcangel; making quicktime movies out of data.
today.getDate()—Diane Bertolo’s web project exploring the minutiae of daily life.
Fenlandia—images recorded at the rate of one pixel a second.
Heavy Industries—a collection of flash projects featuring text and music from Young-hae Chang.
Learning To Love You More—a project put together by Harrell Fletcher, Miranda July and Yuri Ono. Fun.
Oulipoems—six works inspired by the Oulipo movement, a French literary movement which combines writing and mathematics.
Perte.de.Temps—a meditative flash site based on Charles Baudelaire’s l’Horloge.
Room 535—some early projects.

Experimental Filmmaker and Video Artist Websites

Alan Berliner—obsessive experimental documentary films.
Dan Makes Art—videos by Dan Lowe, including work using social media apis.
Henry Hills—experimental films with rhythm.
Jem Raid—meditative videos blending images of nature and the body.
Joost Rekveld—light-art of an experimental filmmaker, with texts by others.
Kathy High—media artist specializing in scientific /imaginative experiments.
Kurt Kren—experimental filmmaker who edited material according to serial rules.
Lynne Sachs—experimental/documentary filmmaker whose work is both personal and political.
Marcello Mercado—video artist who takes history very personally.
Martha Colburn—self-taught filmmaker; makes animated films.
Matt McCormick—maker of experimental documentary films / founder of Peripheral Produce.
Michael Brynntrup—experimental filmmaker with a great bio.
Miranda July—film and performance artist.
Myrel Chernick—installation/video artist and curator/critic.
Phillip Barker—experimental filmmaker.
Rohesia Hamilton Metcalfe—dogma-resistant experimental films & videos.
Shelly Silver— single channel video artist.

Experimental Film & Video Resources:

Anthology Film Archives—public movie theater, film museum, archive, research library, and art gallery (New York).
Creative Capital—funding innovative projects in the visual, performing and media arts.
Critical Artware—video artists who like image processing and glitches. You can find an interview with Dan Sandin on the 2001 page.
Experimental Television Center—including the video history project.
Filmmakers’ Cooperative—filmmaker-created cooperative formed in 1962 and still going strong; a supportive place for experimental/avant-garde filmmakers. Information about its history, links to essays on film and more.
Flicker Experimental Film and Video—website for links to websites of experimental filmmakers, venues and festivals that show experimental film, and resources for filmmakers.
Harvestworks—for audio-based projects and opportunities.
Senses of Cinema— an online film journal devoted to serious and eclectic discussion of cinema.
Signal Culture—residencies, resources, and exhibition opportunities for artists, toolmakers, curators, critics, and art historians who are contributing to the field of media art.
S.R. Video —for the best deal in Videotape, DVD & CD duplication in New York
Strictly Film School—dedicated to the analysis of landmark world cinema from an academic perspective; includes short essays, critiques and program notes.
Super8Porter—an experimental filmmaker's events calendar—mostly in Canada.
Women Make Movies—links to resources for women filmmakers.