JavaMuseum is a virtual museum dedicated to a specific form of technology based art, i.e Internet based art (also called netart).
Founded in 2000 by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne, JavaMuseum represents a coprporate member of [NewMediaArtProjectNetwork]:||cologne, the experimental platform for art and New Media operating from Cologne/Germany.
Between 2001 and 2005, JavaMuseum realised 18 showcases of netart in a global context and 3 global competitions.
JavaMuseum was setting standards in curating virtual exhibitions space and making netart perceivable as a new artgenre of a global culture.
By launching JIP - JavaMuseum Interview Project,
JavaMuseum continued in 2006 the research in the field of New Media and art.
JavaMuseum consists currently of a lowtech "blog" containing all textual information, and a hightech art space (designed in Flash) containing the exhibitions and art works.
Forthcoming exhibitionsIn September 2007, JavaMuseum is planned to be relaunched by starting a new exhibition, entitled, "a+b =ba? [art and blog = blogart?], an exhibition dealing with the popular online publishing format of "blog" as an artistic medium.
Opening hours24 hours
Getting thereJavaMuseum is a virtual museum located on the Internet under the address
Museum internal and external photos (1)Click on the images to enlarge