Superglue is a distributed version of Hotglue, a Content Manipulation System that allows anyone to construct a website directly in a web-browser. Superglue breaks away from a centralized, service-centric model. Web pages, user-interface and storage facilities aren’t implemented on one single machine/server but users hold-down to their own data and content, providing it to others using their own internet connection. Superglue was bootstrapped in the context of the Libre Graphics Research Unit, and tests the potential of truly networked graphics.


Developed by Daniil Vasiliev in collaboration with WORM (institute for avantgardistic recreation), Rotterdam.