Virtual Normality is an exhibition taking place at the Internet Archive. It features works throughout net art history, showcasing a wide range of forms includes websites, software, sculpture, and graphics. It offers a space for considering the internet as a social process, material infrastructure, and lived experience. Those displaying artworks have been selected from various Internet Archive’s net art categories.
The visual language for the exhibition was inspired by how the artworks as a form of media interconnect with the real world and the digital world. The repetitious and nonlogical elements that appears in the system represents how net arts would be able to break the rules exist in the traditional space.