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In Dialogue: Video Time, Real Time

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Speakers:>  Franz Thalmair & Mark Nash

Video available from FACT TV- Part 2:

In 2001, The Tate Seminar “Moving Image As Art: Time-based Media in the Art Gallery,” revealed a fine understanding of the differences in space and time between film and video, but less general understanding of the intricacies and histories of new media space and time, including computer 'real time'. Eight years later, have the different time signatures of video and new media been critically identified by curators?

Chair: Charlie Gere. Speakers: Mark Nash and Franz Thalmair





  Mark Nash
  Franz Thalmair