Webists from the "Webism Group of Worldwide Artists" meet eye to eye

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WEBISM International Climate Change Show at Kornhaus Kempten, organized/curated by I. Kamerbeek


Author and Webist Steven Pollard...

Steven W. Pollard, Hilo, Big Island/Hawaii/USA
and Dr. Rodney Chang (Pygoya), Honolulu, Hawaii/USA
are co-authors of the upcoming novel

The Red Sable Brush Society
A tale of mysterious art from the hypnotic trance state
that is perilous to its creators; fantasy including phenomena
of hypnosis, magic of the creative process, reincarnation,
sorcery, and love & revenge.

Estimate availability - January 2009

Steven W. Pollard will sset up his blog asap and is going to put 10 to 15 pages of the book on the blog once a week. Probably he won't finish it till Jan or Feb of 08. So stay tuned...

Multi-task Artist Francois Cliche

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Gerhard Höberth & Webism - real life Wasserburg/Germany Show 2007

Gerhard Höberth designed the exhibition poster as well as the invitation for the Wasserburg Webism show at "AK68"!!!


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Universal language

Art on the web is as close to a universal language as you can get. You don't need to know a particular language to view and be affected by or form an opinion about an image on the web. While it is true that there is so much on the web that most people will never view a particular artist's work, theoretically, many millions of people do have access to it, far more than would ever see a particular show in a particular museum or gallery. In that sense, it is like a single museum with many millions of rooms. No one is ever going to see more than a small percentage of those rooms, but it is possible to get to any of them, and once there you don't have to know a particular language to take in what is there.

In my case, I only post on the web, so I am a west artist, or webist, in the truest sense. I do more than just post my digital images. I use web page linking structure to convey meaning the way a poet or novelist might use structure to convey meaning, except in more dimensions. A web site can have much more complex branching than a linear book.

So, imagery is a universal language, the web allows access by many millions of people, and site structure allows for meaning through structure. Webism is a revolutionary movement.

David Camp


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Webism - Art Connecting the World

Webist is one who uses the digital medium to create his or her art. The Webist artist displays in online cyberspace. Some digital artists don't place artwork online. So I reserve "cyberartist" for digital artist that maintain artwork on the Internet. Webists can be digital/cyberartist but some others use scanned works of traditional media, such as watercolor and oils, to post imagery online. So not all Webists have to be digital artists. So the art medium isn't the crucial identifier, although most Webists are digital artists. An artist is a Webist if he or she agrees to the group's manifesto. Yes, we are Pacifists and promote the good and harmony of man through exposing our work with the intent to building a global culture by international artists in agreement of the cause (manifesto).

Dr. Rodney Chang (Pygoya) Honolulu, HI/USA - January 2006

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