Cook, Sarah, Beryl Graham and Sarah Martin (eds) (2002). Curating
New Media. Gateshead: Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art.
book featuring transcripts from the seminar of the same name, with international speakers.
Frohne, Ursula and Mona Schieren, Jean-Francois Guiton (eds.) (2005)
Present Continuous Past(s): Media Art. Strategies of Presentation, Mediation and Dissemination. Vienna: Springer-
includes “video works and electronic media installations” including
some detail on Dan Graham’s video installation designs. Lots on preservation, including V2’s Capturing Unstable Media project.
Krysa, Joasia (ed.) (2006) Curating Immateriality: The work of the curator in the age of network
systems. Data Browser 03. London: Autonomedia.
edited compilation "examines the work of the curator in relation to a wider socio-political context"
including contibutions from Olga Goriunova & Alexei Shulgin, Jacob Lillemose, low-fi, Franziska Nori, and Tiziana
Paul, Christiane (ed.) (2008) New Media in the White Cube and Beyond. Berkeley:
University of California Press.
edited compilation including case studies.
Bourriaud, Nicolas (2002). Relational Aesthetics. Paris:
Les Presses du Reel.
curator from the Palais de Tokyo, Paris, outlines his views integrating
the "social interstice" of artworks by Gabriel Orozco, Gordon Matta-Clark,
and Felix Gonzalez-Torres with more recent new media forms by Rirkrit
Tiravanija, Philippe Parreno etc. Also available in French (1995).
> Alchemy International Masterclass - ANAT, Australia, 2000.
> Art & Technology Symposia - The Kitchen, NY, 2000 see 'past special projects' - a series which included
Sins of Change, and also Art Frontiers with Ground Zero, SF, which included
several curators, and a report.
> Cached/Lingo - ICA, London, 1998. A series of day conferences about new media art, conservation,
archives and curation. See also a review
of Cached5: Curating on the Net on Rhizome.
> Centre for Research and Documentation - at The Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science and Technology includes much new media art material. In English and French.
> CHArt - Computers and the History of Art - (UK) mostly about educational technology, but more mentions of new media art since around 2002.
> Curating new technologies and fine art practice - Bloc, Cardiff, 1999.
> Danish Video Art Data Bank: Festivals Catalogue - good international list of video and new media festivals.
> Digital Dialogues: Curating Byte-Based Art - SF Art Institute, San Francisco, 2001. One-day symposium with an illustrated
document of an additional on-line discussion between Steve Dietz,
Benjamin Weil, and Lawrence Rinder. See also Afterimage
articleSee also Afterimage
> Digital Salons - New York, 2001. A series of streamed seminars about web broadcasting,
Challenge: Presenting Digital Art'.
> Intelligent Agent - Interactive media in arts and education. Links etc.
> International Directory of Electronic Arts - organisations, curators and artists in English and French.
> ISEA (International Symposium of Electronic Arts) - calendar of future events (and past ISEAs).
> Leonardo Electronic Almanac - publications, listings, links, etc.
> MCN - Museum Computer Network - International board. Good links, some mention of new media art, and ESpectra monthly newsletter.
> Mediate: Curating New Media Workshop - ANAT, Australia, 1999.
> Museum Computer Network - (USA). Mostly interpretation, but informed on new media as art.
> Museums and New Media conference - , Constant, Brussels 1998. Speakers incl. Wark, Huffman, Frenkel.
> Museums and the We - (USA). Mostly interpretation, but some new media as art. Good documentation.
> NAMAC (National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture) - organisational listings, links, discussion etc. for Independent Film, Video, and Multimedia Arts Organizations, (USA).
> Rhizome: The New Media Art Resource - archived essays and emails, with a substantial amount relating to 'conserving'
> Switch - net magazine from San Jose includes interviews and reports relevant to conserving and curating new media.
> Technology in the 1990 - NYMOMA, 1996. Archived essays and discussion by Barbara London, Julia Scher & Benjamin Weil, and Simon Penny. Some discussion of audience.