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Publication and Documentation (Curatorial Masterclass Series 2009)

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Speakers:>  Lize Mogel & Rebecca Cittadini & Sarah Cook

As part of Fair Use Day, we will consider some of the practical and legal issues concerning reproduction, particularly as it applies to issues of curating participatory and time-based art forms or art which takes place in the public domain. Can publishing be a documentation strategy for creating and curating ephemeral work, or work that is based on conversations or actions? What happens when the art and its documentation are the same thing, as in the case of maps? Release strategies used by curators working with emergent new media forms will be rigorously compared.

Watch the video documentation online at Eyebeam:

Guests: Lize Mogel (Artist/Curator).
Eyebeam respondant: Rebecca Cittadini (Communications and Marketing Manager, Eyebeam).





  Sarah Cook
  Lize Mogel
  Rebecca Cittadini