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...run a lively discussion list on curating new media art with over 1000 international subscribers, publish interviews with curators, and lecture and publish widely, contributing to academic books as well as a...
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: 2001 04 (Apr): New Media Art Criticism
... 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
... 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).
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List Posting: Re: NEW-MEDIA-CURATING Digest - 27 Jan 2004 to 28 Jan 2004
From: Beryl Graham <beryl@STARE.COM>
...Dear NEW-MEDIA-CURATING list member ,
This is our standard 'gentle reminder' that the guidelines for this
discussion list include the request for postings directly relating to
the discussion of new media art CURATING in...
List Posting: Sound Art: March Theme of the Month
From: Beryl Graham <beryl.graham@SUNDERLAND.AC.UK>
Dear List ,
Sound Art: March Theme of the Month
In new media art , the visual tends to dominate the scene...
List Posting: Fwd: Re:crumb mailing list request
From: Frederic Madre <fmadre@WANADOO.FR>
...FYI , again
>Date: Tue , 5 Feb 2002 18:05:44 +0100
>To: sarah .e .cook@sunderland .ac .uk
>From: JODI <jodi@jodi .org>
>Subject: Re:crumb mailing list request
>Cc: harwood@scotoma .org ,...
List Posting: Re: Fwd: Re:crumb mailing list request
From: Chris Byrne <chris@MEDIASCOT.ORG>
This happened on Spectre too recently .
I hope we won't have another Syndicate scenario here: this whole e-mail
art/list abuse argument again . ....