Maeda’s website has a list of various works of art he has done over the years. It’s portrayed in a very simple style, without any splashy graphics or bursts of color, only offering images for things such as photographs of some of his exhibits. However, what I found interesting in particular about the site were the numerous web programs that express some musing on a topic, and offer a way to play around and visualize what he was talking about.
None of the musings are all that detailed–such as peoplecounter having been made simply to visualize how many people a number actually represents–nor are the details of the exhibitions and projects he’s done. However, the interactivity that the minor web programs bring helps draw you in, when it’s so easy to simply read something on the Internet and then pass right by it.