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Networking and Collaboration (Curatorial Masterclass Series 2009)

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Speakers:>  Amanda McDonald Crowley & Jon Cohrs & Patrick Lichty & Sarah Cook

New media tools seem to make remote working and networking easier, but do they facilitate curating? How is the time-frame of collaboration­—between artists and curators or producers, or between the art and its audience—different when adopting open source methodologies (such as iterative or modular methods, sometimes called bootstrapping)? Discussions of the different shapes of collaboration and the tried and tested “rules” of good collaboration will be ascertained.

Watch the video online at Eyebeam:

Guests: Amanda McDonald Crowley (Executive Director, Eyebeam) ; Patrick Lichty (Curator, Artist).
Eyebeam respondent: Jon Cohrs (Resident Artist, Eyebeam).



  open source


  Sarah Cook
  Amanda McDonald Crowley
  Jon Cohrs
  Patrick Lichty