Postinternet art is seen as the aborted son of the digital age, we’re all aware it exists but it’s as if everyone’s simply ignoring it. “I belong to the Internet” is the title of my thesis, a study starting with a broad analysis from the birth of postinternet art till its current form that deepens in the various ramifications of the phenomenon. It looks like Postinternet appeared from nowhere, like a kidney shot of the post-digital age, as a need to define and establish the cultural context. Postinternet art is nothing but the frame of a much larger world. We’re unable to rationalize the internet as a place because of its defining nature: its immateriality.