Concerning the term CYBER ART I see two options to approach a definition:
- one which is narrow and includes only the artwork and style, that has developed under the framework of cyber-culture or
- one which is broad
and refers according to wiki and many other sources
Since the 1990ies people like the Japanese Pygoya have started to publish art online and to start a debate about cyberart, which Pygoya first tries to name webism following the many -isms in art history like cubism, symbolism, modernism, postmodernism etc. Webism means mainly the publishing of photos taken of artwork in the physical world on a webpage:
=> Example 10:
or to publish in 2D-online-galleries artwork, which has been created by computer software controlled by the artist, who gives some framing requirements.