German digital media artist Cornelia Sollfrank explores the changing role of the artist in the Information Age, new forms of dissemination of art, the gender-specific handling of technology, and communication and networking as art. She was a member of the collectives Frauen-und-Technik and -Innen, and she initiated the Cyberfemininist alliance known as "Old Boys Network" (http://www.obn.org). Her project Female Extension (1997) was a hack of the first net.art competition initiated by a museum, in which she flooded the museum's network with submissions by 300 virtual female net artists. Her net.art generator (http://www.obn.org/generator) automatically produces art on demand. She edited the First Cyberfeminist International (1988) and Next Cyberfeminist International (1999). Sollfrank is currently producing work on the subject of female hackers.