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-==== Why we should analyze new media and the nature of  information?  ​====+==== New Media Art vs  Process Art ==== 
 +Q:  ​Why we should analyze new media and the nature of information? ​\\ 
 +A:  Because Information is only the diffrence of things
  
-**This webpage should give answer after researching:​** 
  
-    10 years field research: ​                                 New Media Art +    10 years field research: ​                      ​New Media or Process ​Art! 
-    10 years field research: ​                        ​Critic of the internet +    10 years field research: ​                        ​Critic of the internet! 
-    10 years field research: ​                   Net Art und Hacking culture ​      +    10 years field research: ​                   Net Art und Hacking culture      
-    3 years field research: Infolab - What is Information - what technology ​  ​+    3 years field research: Infolab - What is Information - what technology?
  
 The base of art is artificial, in the field to nature. It is the creation of the new, the possibility to abstract things. The reflection of the present. The “not knowledge” and the will “to learn”, the failing and the new experiments. Art brings us hope, inventions and utopia. On this page you will find a discourse with contemporary materials and situations, shown in some exhibitions and laboratory settings. The base of art is artificial, in the field to nature. It is the creation of the new, the possibility to abstract things. The reflection of the present. The “not knowledge” and the will “to learn”, the failing and the new experiments. Art brings us hope, inventions and utopia. On this page you will find a discourse with contemporary materials and situations, shown in some exhibitions and laboratory settings.