Results for Category 'Interviews'
Interview: Interview with Peter Weibel, Chairman and CEO of the Zentrum fur Kunst und Medientechnologie in Karlsruhe, Germany.
...of curating media art on the net.
Peter Weibel: The first task of a curator working on the web is to find out the criteria of what work is only adequate for the net and to develop criteria for works that ...
Interview: A conversation between Kathy Rae Huffman and Julie Lazar.
... approach new media art regarding its programs, collections, staff, buildings, audiences and so forth...
Interview: An interview with Matthew Gansallo
MG: New media art and the museums - the visual arts...
Interview: Multi-Multi-Media: an interview with Barbara London
... to investigate media art between St...
Interview: An interview with Larry Rinder
... about how new media art is being produced and exhibited in different countries as well...
Interview: An interview with Christiane Paul
... become involved in media art and in new media curating?
Christiane Paul: My original background is in American literature...
Interview: Small Enough ... an interview with Liane Davison
... to anticipate media art and artists’ needs in the future...
Interview: Critical Curatorial Cybermedia course: an interview with Liliane Schneiter
...specifically new media art (net art, interactive computer installations, etc.)?
LS: An important part of the course content concerns the re-reading of the Frankfurt School, specially Walter Benjamin’s e...
Interview: Videotage Hong Kong: An interview with Ellen Pau
... what new media art is...
Interview: Interventionism and Revolution
... based new media art in the UK, are now working in parallel economies...
Interview: Régine Debatty
... generous with new media art than the French-speaking community of the country is).
But then I’m not sure it's just new media art, I guess many people involved in art have to struggle too...
Interview: Interview with Laura Fernández & Marcos García.
...structures for new media art production, issues of timescales, cultural contexts, and the roles of participants, audiences and “cultural mediators”.
Beryl Graham: The first set of questions are abo...
Interview: Interview with Miki Fukuda.
... within IAMAS, the media art school in Gifu prefecture, when I was working there as a lecturer...
Interview: Interview with Yukiko Shikata.
... on preserving media art more directly: each media art work is different, some are stored physically and some are preserved only by data...