Results for Category 'Summary'
Interview: An interview with Matthew Gansallo
...for the Art Now space in Tate Britain; that was already on the books, did you talk to him about it?
MG: Julian was interested - we exchanged e-mails, and because he was doing that in the Art Now ...
Interview: New media, 'community art', and net.art activism. Interviews with Natalie Bookchin and Brendan Jackson.
... project. The art space that invited me, La Compagnie, is located in a poor Arab neighborhood...
Interview: An interview with Christiane Paul
... software, Storyspace in particular...
Interview: An interview with Larry Rinder
... by budget and by space and by all sorts of things...
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Presentation: Curating New Media Art: Welcome and introductions
...in Residence space at the Walker Art Centre in Minneapolis and it is space that has constantly rotating exhibitions and in this space the computers are there as educational tools...
Presentation: "Art And Money Online"
... is their project space … that artists who haven’t had dealer representation have ever shown there...
Presentation: Tamas Banovich, Postmasters Gallery, NY.
...… the role of the space diminished to a large extent and we had to think about what kind of environments, what kind of context existed in which to exhibit this work, and follow that thought process.
Presentation: Matthew Gansallo, webworks for the Tate.
... it allows for that space for artists and curators to collaborate on what are the parameters.
I can reflect on that...
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Profile: Benjamin Weil
... alternative art space founded in 1972...
Profile: Guthrie Lonergan
... Lonergan is an Internet and video artist based in Los Angeles...
Profile: Mark Nash
Profile: Lucy Byatt
... working on a major strategy for workforce development for staff working with contemporary collections of contemporary art in 63 museums across the UK...
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Download: 2001 03 (Mar): The Role Of New Media Art Education And ‘Interpretation’
... 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: 2006 04 (Apr): Art and Activism
... 04 (Apr): Art and Activism Self-organisation, direct action, collaboration and social networks (7300 words)
Download: 2001 03 (Mar): Big Media Art: New Media Art In Large Institutions
... 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 04 (Apr): Independent New Media, Small Organisations, And Activist Art
... 04 (Apr): Independent New Media, Small Organisations, And Activist Art Includes some discussion of the poetics/aesthetics of activism (8150 words).
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Links: Thomson and Craighead - Trigger Happy
... A game similar to space invaders, based on the text of Michel Foucault...
Links: The Furtherfield Blog
... A shared space for personal reflections on Media Art practice: making it, curating it, translating it.
Includes lots of c...
List Posting: Call for Exhibition Proposals -- Art Interactive, Boston
From: Christiane Paul <Christiane_Paul@WHITNEY.ORG>
Call for Exhibition Proposals
Art Interactive in Cambridge , MA , invites curators to submit exhibition
proposals for the 2005-06 season...
List Posting: Space seminar this Saturday
From: Kaye Winwood <kaye@VIVID.ORG.UK>
For information and circulation...
List Posting: Data and Art: November Theme of the Month
From: Beryl Graham <beryl.graham@SUNDERLAND.AC.UK>
...Data and art: November Theme of the Month
On November 14th the exhibition "Database Imaginary" opens at the
Walter Phillips Gallery at The Banff Centre , and CRUMB's Sarah Cook is
one of the curators <http://datab...
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...