Results for Category 'Summary'
Interview: Small Enough ... an interview with Liane Davison
... hadn’t considered databases the same way...
Presentation: How can computer databases be used to represent contemporary subjectivity?
...presentation is available as a sound recording in the BALTIC Archive: http://archive.balticmill.com/index.php?itemid=30118 While a pre-mo...
Download: 2001 11 (Nov) Too Interactive: Physical Installations For Groups
... 11 (Nov) Too Interactive: Physical Installations For Groups Challenges for interactive artwork in museums (8,900 Words).
Download: 2005 10 (Oct) Histories Of Curating New Media Art – Process Or Product
... 10 (Oct) Histories Of Curating New Media Art – Process Or Product Is the history of curating a history of exhibitions, or curatorial roles? (26,500 Words) uploads/reports/20071022135122005_10_Histcur.rtf...
List Posting: Re: Data and Art: November Theme of the Month
From: Jon Thomson <j.thomson@UCL.AC.UK>
> Data and art: November Theme of the Month
Database Imaginary opens later today and although there's plenty still
to be done , the bulk of the exhibition is now installed...
List Posting: runme
From: Steve Dietz <mediachef@EARTHLINK.NET>
...Just came across this quote in a text by Josephine Bosma , which I think is
very straightforwardly put and apropos .
Shulgin and Goruniova explain it like this: łArt naturally resists
classification , but is neverthele...
List Posting: taxonomies, definitions, archives, etc.
From: Myron Turner <mturner@MS.UMANITOBA.CA>
I hope I'm not too out of sync with the flow of the discussion , but
as a subscriber to the Digest I get everything in sometimes huge
(and so hard to 'digest') chunks...
List Posting: ERPANET Workshop on the Preservation of Born Digital Art
From: Joy Davidson <british.editor@ERPANET.ORG>
***Apologies for cross-posting***
ERPANET Workshop on the Preservation of Born Digital Art
Glasgow , Scotland
8th October 2004
ERPANET is pleased to announce a workshop on the preservation of born