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The activists hiding behind the website HTTP://WWW.0100101110101101.ORG don't want to tell their real names, their age or other private information publicly, because their work isn't concerned with artistic individuality. In the net.art community, they instantly became famous with their "theft" of the net.art gallery Hell.com which they downloaded during one weekend to keep it on their site until today. Meanwhile, their site contains another net.art gallery, "Art.Teleportacia" by Olia Lialina, and "versions", or "remixes", of other well-known net art sites.

Walker Art Center Gallery 9, 0100101110101101.ORG, November 2000.

related links:
Tilman Baumgärtel, "Keine Künstler, nur Betrachter." Telepolis, 9 Dec 1999.
Matthew Mirapaul, "An Attack on the Commercialization of Web Art." New York Times, 8 Jul 1999.
Matthew Mirapaul, "The Latest in Digital Art: Stunts and Pranks." New York Times, 6 Jan 2000.
Alex Galloway , "net.art Year in Review: State of net.art 99." Switch, 1999.
Harvey Blume, "Exquisite Source." The Atlantic, 12 Aug 1999.