“ElectronicOrphanage started in 2000 after the presentation of Neen at the Gagosian Gallery in NYC. The concept of the eO was to experiment with a space that would look and act as a website. The first materialization of the eO was a store-front shop at LA’s Chinatown, rented for three years and turned to a real-life monitor. You couldn’t get inside it but you could watch what was happening on it through its glass-windows. In 2011, eO was hosted by the MACRO, the Municipal Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome, and today is based online. a collection of internet-based art.