Results for Category 'Interviews'
Interview: Interview with Peter Weibel, Chairman and CEO of the Zentrum fur Kunst und Medientechnologie in Karlsruhe, Germany.
... attracts a mass audience and is as popular as Mickey Mouse, then it is because of the festivals promoting media art...
Interview: A conversation between Kathy Rae Huffman and Julie Lazar.
... different kind of audience to the work, rather than just people who are already interested in it, who know where to find it, is important...
Interview: An interview with Matthew Gansallo
...traditional audience and bring them online?
MG: It wasn't an intention to make net art easier to understand, it was to engage the audience, into looking at how this work could be a tool f...
Interview: New media, 'community art', and net.art activism. Interviews with Natalie Bookchin and Brendan Jackson.
... not simply an audience looking for art, but on-line game players looking for games...
Interview: An interview with Larry Rinder
... on interaction by audience members...
Interview: Small Enough ... an interview with Liane Davison
...from watching the audience use the artwork? What is the main thing that’s coming up there?
LD: We still need a methodology of guaranteeing that a computer-based artwork will still be presenting the artwo...
Interview: Critical Curatorial Cybermedia course: an interview with Liliane Schneiter
... Is there an audience for new media art?
LS: Internationally, and on the net, yes, but in the local art centres, the audience has to be developed...
Interview: Videotage Hong Kong: An interview with Ellen Pau
... an international audience that is attending the Festival and not just from say mainland China, Japan or Korea?
Interview: Interview with Rudolf Frieling.
... input from the audience into the artwork, to your terminology of more or less ‘determined’ kinds of participation...
Interview: Interview with Miki Fukuda.
... At dorkbot, the audience will also be an audience next time...