Truly global availability, egalitarian distribution of opportunities and low-cost publishing solutions have always been primary qualities of the internet. In art education, too, virtuality puts the extreme overhang of publication power in the case of massively publicly supported institutions - deprived of their impressive architectural ambience - to rights in favour of realistically financed ventures and concentrates the perception and ranking of art on qualitative categories.
It is therefore high time to exploit the independence potential of virtual presentation ...