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»Hello World #1«, from the series CNC Wireform Demonstrations, 2010, by Cory Arcangel.

»Beat the Champ«, 2011 by Cory Arcangel.

»Phasing Dancing Stand Sculptures«, 2009 by Cory Arcangel.


Drei Klavierstücke op. 11“, 2009 by Cory Arcangel.

»Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream«, 2009 performance at Kunsthaus Graz by Cory Arcangel.

»Photoshop CS: 110 by 72 inches, 300 DPI, RGB, square pixels, default gradient “Spectrum”, mousedown y=1098 x=1749.9, mouse up y=0 4160 x=0«, 2008 by Cory Arcangel.

»Data Diaries«, 2003 by Cory Arcangel.

»Beat the Champ (Sega Genesis Championship Bowling: Dana)«, 2008 by Cory Arcangel.

Cory Arcangel interviewed by Cathleen Chaffee.


»F1 Racer Mod«, 2004, by Cory Arcangel.


Two unattended computers send endlessly bouncing out-of-office auto-responses to each other. “Permanent Vacation” by Cory Arcangel.

»Internet art, net art, and networked art in relation.« A collection of conversations and interviews (with: Isabelle Arvers, Marc Garrett, Benjamin Weil, Charlie Gere, Christiane Paul, Cory Arcangel, Jemima Rellie, Sara Tucker , Jon Ippolito and Dirk De Wit) gathered between February 2006 and April 2007 as part of an investigation into the relation between Internet art and the traditional institutions for contemporary art in the North American and Western European regions. By Karen Annemie Verschooren.


» Iron Maiden’s “The Number of the Beast” compressed over and over as an mp3 666 times «. By Cory Arcangel. Listen.

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»New York – Las Vegas«, 2007, by Cory Arcangel, instructs viewers on the easiest way to leave Manhattan behind and spend a weekend in Las Vegas. Using Google maps, he describes the fastest route from the Bowery to the nearest Vegas casino.


»Two Keystoned Projectors (one upside down)« (2007) and


»Panasonic TH42PV60 Plasma Screen Burn« (2007) by Cory Arcangel at Galerie Guy Bärtschi.

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“Art Since 1960 (According to the Internet)” by Hanne Mugaas and Cory Arcangel.