0100101110101101.ORG , Spain
life_sharing, 2000
Web site
no copyright
Selected by: Christiane Paul and Steve Dietz
The projects by the “activists” behind 0100101110101101.ORG are focused on data access, document and archiving models and explore the political and cultural context of networked communication. The projects include the cloning and remixing of other artists’ and organizations’ Web sites as well as the mapping, tracking, and surveillance of access logs. With the project life_sharing, 0100101110101101.ORG turned its site into public property: The site consisted of the organization’s hard disk, published in its entirety in html format, where it was visible and reproducible by anybody. Issues of restricted and open access to data are still a core element of this site and point to the complex politics behind any form of data management.