After the recent ZERO exhibitions in New York, Amsterdam and Berlin, there was great interest by art-historians and curators for the international network and the various artists' groups. While this was the case, the ZERO Foundation remained focused mainly on the three German members. To continue the excavation that would be needed to maintain to reveal the full network of artists and their stories, we felt prompted to set up the 0-INSTITUTE. This meant continuing the searching in archives, and attaching meaning to newly discovered objects… which are practices inherent to archaeology? The meaning follows from the environment where the object was found. Putting together the puzzle of the network of individual and artist groups can take years. Therefore the 0-INSTITUTE has developed a web-archive to promote research and disseminate knowledge about the artist networks from the sixties. The web-archive responds to a growing need for art world professionals and academic researchers to work with artists in building information resources to aid future exhibition and re-activation of works and exhibitions. The web-archive contains exhibition photos, correspondence with artist, curators, producers, artist-statements and writings, interviews, and exhibition lists from various international art groups. The material has been "excavated" by international experts and includes documents from artist archives and institutes from all over the world, and material found deep hidden in the world wide web. The archive is permanent under construction, as new information will be added regularly, with the focus equally on the content of these resources and the software technology used to house the information.