The Webism Art Movement
The Webism Group of World Wide Webists was founded in November 2003 by Pygoya and Ingrid Kamerbeek.

 Webism is a movement where the primary medium is the Internet and the Web. As such, Webism is a dynamic and fluid entity. Webists participate in on-the-fly, ad hoc projects that come together at light speed in a joyful dance of exuberant enthusiasm. 

Like all art movements there is a manifesto. The Webism manifesto turns our normal view of digital art on its head. From the Webist perspective the original work is the web based art and the printed work is a copy.

The Webists
(Alphabetically)

Tânia d'Almeida, Jamie Antoniasym, Shankar Barua, Mike Butler, David Camp, Meli (Melania Cioni), Dr. Rodney Chang (Pygoya), Wayne Cosshall, Christian Couette, Björn Dämpfling, Bernard Dumaine, Vlado Franjevic, Prof. Dr. Herbert W. Franke, Ursula Freer, Erich Fritz, Dieter Grossmann, Cecil Herring Regina Hobein, Horkay Istvan, Henry Janok, Nita Jawary Ingrid Kamerbeek, Vijaybhai Kochar, Tibor Kovacs-egri, Maria, Tibor and Imi Kovacs-egri, Sooyoung Lee, Gun Legler, Galina Lukshina, Greg Lunger, Linda Martin, Parys St. Martin, Dan McCormack, Pia Nachtsheim, Uly Paya, Afanassy Pud, Sylvie Robert, Ben Rotman, Norbert Strippel, Dr. Hans-Georg Turstig, Kurt van Wagner, Jon White, Nancy Wood

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