Results for Category 'Presentations'
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...
Presentation: Iliyana Nedkova Presentation
... havoc in the backspace of the project web-zone...
Presentation: Thomson and Craighead Presentation
...I think networked space is something that we’re becoming increasingly interested in as artists, but we’re going to start by just showing you a work that appeared in the Lux Gallery in 1998, … called ‘Trigge...
Presentation: Matt Locke: The Media Centre, Huddersfield
... another kind of space with a different set of values, pulls and aims...
Presentation: Clive Gillman FACT Centre, Liverpool
... main exhibitions space is 200 sq...
Presentation: Carol Stenakas: Anchorage / CreativeTime, New York
... but also needed a space which was able to show very progressive works...
Presentation: Hannah Redler: C-Plex, Sandwell
... work there was no space which was designed to show this work and therefore Jubilee Arts wanted to create it's own space...
Presentation: Introductory Remarks
... provide physical space and administrative support...
Presentation: Production: Nichola Feldman-Kiss
...some real estate space on their website to our agenda of developing new audiences for IT based artwork and new opportunities for creative cross-disciplinary collaboration. The website itself features th...
Presentation: Production: Michelle Kasprzak (artist, co-curator of year.01, Toronto)
...concern for public space found themselves to be the most successful videos in the series that were really appropriate and caused people to take a pause and reflect on what was happening here. We propose...
Presentation: Distribution: Discussion
... a certain space – how does this work and what could we do in order to make further and to develop this further...
Presentation: Consumption: Jean Gagnon Presentation
... of time, space and budget required things to unfold swiftly up until the exhibition opening date...
Presentation: Consumption: Liane Davison (Surrey Art Gallery, Surrey BC)
... our main gallery space because we had no other place to put it...
Presentation: A new test presentation
Presentation: Space and Time: Introductions and Welcome
... by Rob Blackson and Sarah Cook in partnership with a-n The Artists Information Company and the Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art Sunderland, the event is supported by Arts Council England and ESF...
Presentation: Space and Time: Space
... These are Antony Kiendl’s NOTES from his presentation. My present research and curatorial practice revolves around ideas of space, largely as they relate to modernism, failure and weakness...
Presentation: Space and Time: Place
... often occurs in a space outside of the gallery’s physical and conceptual confines...
Presentation: Space and Time: Live
... space, the foyer space and there were these in-between spaces which were purely social, not the formal art spaces in which we were to be informed, educated, stimulated etc...
Presentation: Space and Time: Audience
... good work, and the space and time to make an interesting exhibition...
Presentation: Space and Time: Discussion
...b>Questions and Answers Session (for all speakers) RB: I was interested in Vivienne’s idea of the curator as mediator, and was wondering if you might all have other models of ‘curator as …...
Presentation: Consumption: Discussion and Concluding Remarks
... have to leave this space soon...
Presentation: Mark Tribe Presentation
...in the physical space of the gallery and you have a lot of really badly botched attempts like the 2000 Whitney Biennial in which they just projected works on the wall without really discussing it with the a...
Presentation: On being curated: Nina Pope and Karen Guthrie
... between the MUSH space and the island explicit enough...
Presentation: Beryl Graham: Summary of
... smaller 'box' space with sunken
sofas, bars and cinema spaces on the top floor...
Presentation: Documenting New Media Art: Feedback Session
... become a problem space in that artists will refer to each other’s works, people will tag it or annotate it, describe it a lot more richly, in collaborative ways...
Presentation: Documenting New Media Art: Caitlin Jones presentation
...a similar public space - although I guess Second Life isn’t theoretically a public space, as you have to register to get into it, but it’s still a fairly open platform to reanimate the ...
Presentation: In Dialogue: Video Time, Real Time
... the differences in space and time between film and video, but less general understanding of the intricacies and histories of new media space and time, including computer 'real time'...
Presentation: Summary in Real Time
... shown in physical space - spatialisation or suspension of time of the video/viewing experience
Gallery is both opportunity and challenge...
Presentation: Breakout groups
...Breakout group one: Commissioning for Collection
Expert: Benjamin Weil (LABoral)
CAS questioner: Julie Milne (Laing)
Local curator questioner: Alix Collingwood, MIMA
Organiser reporter: Beryl Graham (CRUMB)
Presentation: Reports from Breakout Groups
...itself between the space of the museum and how it lives outside and beyond the institution.
How the work might change while it is in a collection – the artist should be clear about how they want it to exis...
Presentation: Discussion of Reports, Summary and Farewells
... protect the space for risk...