Published by Hatje Cantz. Text by Sabine Himmelsbach, Jacob Lillemose, Rahel Puffert, Gerald Raunig.
Cornelia Sollfrank (born 1960) has worked with communication networks since the 90s, making a name for herself as a pioneer of Internet art with her net.art generator project, an art-generating Internet machine. Other roles include hacker, cyberfeminist, activist, thief, voyeur, dominatrix and art markswoman.
Published by Verlag Fur Moderne Kunst Nurnberg. Essays by Florian Cramer, Sarah Cook, Richard Loepold and Verena Kuni. Foreword by Annette Schindler. Introduction by Ute Vorkoeper.
The German artist, hacker and “cyberfeminist” Cornelia Sollfrank gained notoriety with her Net.Art Generator (www.obn.org/generator), which allows users to enter a few keystrokes and create a work of art. Sollfrank's real goal is to challenge the concept of authorship in an age where appropriation is as common as the click of a mouse, and this monograph provides a detailed discussion of one of the Net's pioneering artist/theorists.