Net art (or Internet art) describes work made in the 1990s through the early 2000s that uses the Internet as a primary medium. With the popularization of web browsing in the 1990s, artists began to modify traditional modes of display in institutional art settings by creating interactive, interconnected viewing experiences. Since then, the internet has continued to provide a medium for art creation. Examples of this include: Creative Coding, Sorting Algorithms, Code Poetry and so much more. Processing, specifically, offers a great platform for artists to start experimenting with code.