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Andreas Angelidakis, Neen World
  • 35 €
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  • 35 €
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Published 2004

40 x 225 mm
150 pages
Cover: Paperback, color, glossy finish
Binding: glue bound
Interior: black-and-white
Edition limited to 250 numbered copies

Neen World is a private online community commissioned by
the Electronic Orphanage. It operated on the Active Worlds
platform between 2002-2003. Neen World consisted of public
buildings for discussion and contemplation, and private
buildings that housed the worlds’ inhabitants, the Neensters.
Some of these buildings were conceived as portraits of the
owners, based on their web work. Others were just
architectural ideas waiting to become websites’s animations.
The entire Neen world is gradually being printed using a 3D
stereolithography printer.

Andreas Angelidakis is represented by the Breeder Projects, Athens. Andreas Angelidakis is an architect.
His work focuses on building the internet as if it were a real space, and building real space as if it were the internet.