Certain popular social networks have origin stories that, from the outside, can feel a bit like techno-libertarian fantasies or misanthropic nerd-boy schemes. In contrast, the beginnings of the visual-based social network Are.na, which has become popular with artists like Cory Arcangel, Nick DeMarco, and Margaret Lee, stem out of a continuum of platforms and communities that have connected an internet art culture for well over a decade. And at a moment when many are publicly quitting other services, Are.na is growing. The team running Are.na recently shifted to a user-owned model for the...
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