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Five special advantages of online art:

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  • The bidirectional museum. Imagine this: You walk into the Louvre and take the picture you like. They stop you. Do the opposite: Walk again into the Louvre and nail your own creation next to a Rembrandt. They stop you. In our supermuseum you are welcome for both activities. And if you do not create painting, you can contribute your photos. Space is abundant.
  • Enjoy pictures in the environment which you personally create, at the time when you are in the right mood. The ambience and situtation in a museum is far away from the ambience which grows artists. Even the opulent nudes of Rubens do not reach body temperature. Your internet experiences follow your timing in your own, personally created ambience.
  • Embedded in body contact with the universe: In the Tate Gallery you cannot see the Mona Lisa or Michelangelos David. The online supermuseum puts the exhibits of several hundred museums and galleries to body contact. Ten-thousand other galleries and the universe is just seconds away within eight-mouseclicks-distance.
  • The inferiority of repros versus originals is a thing of the past. Advancing PC-power, digital picture technology and fast internet connections did it.
  • The supermuseum in the internet gives you full use of your property: The intellectual content of all objects of world culture 70 years after the artists deaths. Many organisations try to mislead you with ridiculous copyright stickers on intellctual content which is in fact public property.
  • The computer can standardise - and scale - the size of any object. It can squeeze a cathedral onto your screen and it can blow up a face of a microscopic monster. It can make things visible for you. In museums small artobjects make difficulties. The screen is a great help
Everybody will continue to visit the classical museums. But the boom of art goes into the internet. A comparison: Everybody loves Cinemas. But the boom happens in our homes with television and video.

Here, digital technology has rapidly advanced picture quality. DVD presents screen content with an optical quality almost as good as daylight reality.
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