"Heath Bunting’s Own, Be Owned, Or Remain Invisible (1998; Works, 132) offers an ironic (mis)use of hyperlinking on the Web to question the utopian ideology of interactivity and connectivity by revealing the superfluous use of hypermedia, the unexpected presences and absences in cyberspace and the
economic infrastructure of the Web."
Below is a part of copy from homepage of "Own, Be Owned, or Remain Invisible".
Heath Bunting is on a mission. But don't asking him to define what it is. His CV (bored teen and home computer hacker in 80s Stevenage,flyposter, graffiti artist and art radio pirate in Bristol, bulletin board organiser and digital culture activist (or, his phrase, artivist) in London (is replete with the necessary qualifications for a 90s sub-culture citizen but what s interesting about Heath is that if you want to describe to someone what he actually does there s simply no handy category that you can slot him into.[...]
 Edward A. Shanken, Art and Electronic Media, p.36