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Download: SFMOMA research project.
Jan-May 2002, Beryl Graham was 'researcher in residence' at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, looking at their approach to curating new media, with the particular example of the exhibition 010101
Download: CRUMB Technical Guide for Exhibiting New Media Art
On the first version of the CRUMB web site Tom Cullen offered "22 things that curators should know about installing new media artwork". Since then CRUMB has worked with Tom to produce a more substantial guide, to be released in November 2006.
We aim to add to the scope of the audiovisual equipment covered by the excellent MITES Manual edited by Clive Gillman.
Table of Contents:
1. TECHNICAL MANAGEMENT OF NEW MEDIA ART
2. VIDEO/AUDIO PRESENTATION
3. COMPUTER-BASED ART
4. NETWORKED ART
5. SPECIALIST INSTALLATIONS
A1 Visual Index of Connectors, Cables and Plugs
A2 Table of Countries, Voltages, Hertz, TV System, Region
A3 Table of Key Technical Words in German and French
RESOURCES AND SUPPLIERS
Download: 2001 03 (Mar): The Role Of New Media Art Education And ‘Interpretation’
Developing from the March debate on big institutions, including the aesthetics of interpretation (5600 words).
Download: 2001 04 (Apr): New Media Art Criticism
New media criticism - is there any? The lack of review quality and vocabulary for new media (2850 words).
Download: 2006 04 (Apr): Art and Activism
Self-organisation, direct action, collaboration and social networks (7300 words)
Download: test publication
Download: 2001 03 (Mar): Big Media Art: New Media Art In Large Institutions
Does size matter? Some recent shows at the Whitney and SFMOMA are discussed (8300 words).
Download: 2001 03b (Mar): Streaming New Media And Aesthetics
Some current streaming projects, equipment needs, and ‘bandwidth aesthetics’/’truth to materials’ (3000 words).
Download: 2001 04 (Apr): Independent New Media, Small Organisations, And Activist Art
Includes some discussion of the poetics/aesthetics of activism (8150 words).
Download: 2001 04-6 (Apr-Jun): Naming/Categorising New Media Art
Developing a vocabulary for types of new media art (3450 words).
Download: 2001 05 (May): Showing New Media Art
Tactics for exhibition and display, including debate from the Crumb Curating New Media seminar at the Baltic (7000 words).
Download: 2001 06 (Jun): Installing It: Issues For Installing New Media Art In Gallery And Museum Settings
Technical and other debate (6126 words).
Download: 2004 04 (Apr): Exhibiting Locative Media
Showing art using mobile, GPS technology (including in public spaces) (9590 words).
Download: BALTIC seminar: Artists' Roundtable
Artists' roundtable on new media with Vuk Cosic, Nina Pope, Jon Thomson, Alison Craighead, and Wendy Kirkup. Moderated by Beryl Graham.
Download: Weibel pdf
Download: 2007 CRUMB Studentship opportunities
Details and application instructions for
RESEARCH STUDENTSHIPS x 2 posts
Curating New Media Art, and New Media Art & Programming
Fixed-term 3 years
AHRC grant of - £12,300 pa
PhD proposals including practice-led artist/curator research are invited. Applicants should meet AHRC UK/EU residency regulations.
Closing date: 2 March 2007
An application form and further details on the Research Studentships can be obtained here, or by contracting Valerie Cornell on 0191 515 3725 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Download: 2001 11 (Nov) Too Interactive: Physical Installations For Groups
Challenges for interactive artwork in museums (8,900 Words).
Download: 2002 03 (Mar) Sound Art
How to show immaterial sound works (8,000 Words)
Download: 1. LIST of all edited themes Oct07
A LIST OF EDITED THEMES FROM THE CRUMB LIST. OCTOBER 2007.
Download: 2005 04 (Apr) Curating Education 2 / Documentation
How are new media curators educated? (8,300 Words)
Download: 2004 09 (Sep) Taxonomies of Media Art
Substantial posts on categories of new media art (41,000 Words)
Download: 2006 07 (Jul/Aug) Permanence And Public Art
Archiving and conservation issues for new media art in public places (25,300 Words)
Download: 2005 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)
Download: 2003 05 (May) Press And Criticism
Including leading magazine journalists (20,400 Words)
Download: 2003 07 (Jul) Formal Research
The relationship between curating new media art and formal research was the Theme in Jul 2003 and Feb 2004
Download: 2008 02 (Feb): Writing About The Ephemeral
Writing about the ephemeral / the 'live' / the broadcast " (9238 words)
Download: 1. LIST of all edited themes Sep08
A LIST OF EDITED THEMES FROM THE CRUMB LIST. SEPTEMBER 2008.
Download: Realtime discussion pdf
Download: 2010 05 (May): Educational Turns, and Distributed Social Systems
Recent curated projects using 'educational' methods are discussed , including the Artschool project. (22500 words)
Download: Distribution and Dissemination after New Media - Introduction to Workshop
Distribution and Dissemintation After New Media Workshop: pdf Introduction to the themes of the workshop and discussion list.
Presentation by Marialaura Ghidini
Download: Distribution and Dissemination: Discussion List : Edits
Discussion list Feb/March 2012: Distribution and Dissemination after New Media : Edits from 20-29/02/12
Theme co-hosted by Marialaura Ghidini and Beryl Graham
Invited guest respondents: Tatiana Bazzichelli, Simon Biggs, Johannes Birringer, Martin John Callanan, Helen Varley Jamieson, Caroline Langill, Kelani Nichole, Laura Sillars, Gary Thomas, Pauline van Mourik Broekman.
Download: 2012 07 (Jul): Collecting New Media Art
Modes of collecting, from commercial private galleries to msueums.
Download: Alessandro Ludovico interviewed by Marialaura Ghidini
Alessandro Ludovico, chief editor of the ‘historic’ Neural magazine (1993-), and myself
talked on Skype, from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK, to Bari, Italy, after a face-to-face meeting
at ISEA2013 in Sidney, Australia, in June 2013. We discussed publishing and how artists have explored it through using network and computational processes. Starting from
Ludovico's work as an editor, we talked about how this role is changing in relation to
technological developments, its hybridity and relationships with curating and exhibition