[NetBehaviour] CRUMB announces forthcoming events at ISEA09
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Sat Aug 22 12:46:51 CEST 2009
CRUMB announces forthcoming events at ISEA09 in Belfast and the AND
Festival in Liverpool.
CRUMB 'Open Bliss' Workshops and 'Real-time: Showing Art in the Age of
New Media' Conference
CRUMB - The Curatorial Resource for Upstart Media Bliss
University of Sunderland,
Faculty of Arts, Design, Media
Ashburne House, Ryhope Road
Sunderland, SR2 7EF
Phone: +44 191 515 2896
Contact: Beryl Graham
beryl.graham at sunderland.ac.uk
1. CRUMB 'Open Bliss' Workshops at ISEA in Belfast
27th-29th August, 2009
2. Conference 'Real-time: Showing Art in the Age of New Media'.
Thursday 24th September 2009. 9:30am-4:30pm.
CRUMB announces two forthcoming events:
1. 'OPEN BLISS' WORKSHOPS at ISEA in Belfast
27th-29th August, 3:00-4:30pm each day.
Workshop 1: Participatory Practices, Thursday 27th August at Interface,
University of Ulster
Workshop 2: Protective Zones, Friday 28th August at the Linen Hall Library
Workshop 3: Local/Global, Saturday 29th August at Golden Thread Gallery
No booking necessary, further details from www.isea2009.org/
Open Bliss is a series of workshops illuminating new media art and the
practice of curating hosted by CRUMB, the online resource for curators
of new media art. CRUMB excels at creating informal, dialogical social
settings for professional development, often involving a nice cup of
tea. For ISEA09, each workshop will involve special guests in addition
to the CRUMB team (Beryl Graham, Axel Lapp, Sarah Cook, Verina Gfader,
and Dominic Smith), including: Lucy Byatt, Peter Richards, William Rose,
Christian Nold, Simon Cutts, and Kate Southworth.
*CRUMB Open Bliss Workshop 1: Participatory Practices
Thursday 27th August 3:00pm-4:30pm at Interface, University of Ulster
Will use the online and object-based Random Information Exchange project
(ptechnic.org) in order to document a range of knowledge concerning
participative art projects.
*CRUMB Open Bliss Workshop 2: Protective Zones
Friday 28th August 3:00pm-4:30pm at the Linen Hall Library.
Will take the form of a discussion of curating as working with/in
(instead of 'on') 'zones of disturbance'. Is curating always creating a
'protective zone'? What about the equality of territories? A 'daily
paper' will be produced.
*CRUMB Open Bliss Workshop 3: Local/Global
Saturday 29th August 3:00pm-4:30pm at Golden Thread Gallery.
Will take the form of a conversation between practicing curators,
bringing together contemporary art and new media art concerning local,
site-specific and global, networked practices.
2. REAL-TIME: SHOWING ART IN THE AGE OF NEW MEDIA
One-day conference as part of the Abandon Normal Devices festival 23-27
Thursday 24th September 2009. 9:30am-4:30pm.
The Art and Design Academy, Liverpool John Moores University,
Duckinfield Street, Off Brownlow Hill, Liverpool
Showing time-based art is very different to showing art objects. But how
is art which uses the Internet, interactivity, social systems, or
real-time computing different from video, live art, or performance?
Rather than progressing along a smooth curve of development, art
practices 'other' than those traditionally supported by the mainstream
often seem to lurch along a rollercoaster-like path from avant-gardism
to hyperbole, rejection to appropriation. New and emerging forms of art,
such as online art, can go from being cutting edge to out-of-fashion
shockingly quickly, without ever establishing the longevity necessary to
garner a critical vocabulary and appreciation around the work. Which
histories, whether from the field of art or technology, could inform the
life-cycle of 'art after new media'? Which histories might allow for a
more reflective approach to newly emergent forms of art, and could help
viewers with short-attention spans to see beyond the hype?
This one-day conference aims to share the knowledge of those involved in
exhibition practices beyond the object of art, and asks, should we
abandon 'normal' curating practices, or adapt these modes to integrate
'the new'? This event draws experts and researchers from the fields of
art making, curating, history and criticism to confront the slippery
question of time -- including the timelines of production, of showing,
and of participation.
Speakers and workshop leaders include:
-Barbara London, Associate Curator, Department of Media and Performance
Art, Museum of Modern Art, New York.
-Gavin Wade, director of Eastside Projects in Birmingham.
-Mark Nash, Head of Department of Curating Contemporary Art at the Royal
College of Art (TBC).
-Franz Thalmair, co-founder of CONT3XT.NET collaborative curatorial
group in Vienna with Michael Kargl (aka carlos katastrofsky) and Sabine
-Kelli Dipple, Curator, Intermedia, at Tate Modern in London.
Tickets £18.50/ £15.50 to be purchased from shop.fact.co.uk/
For updates of the programme check www.andfestival.co.uk
For more info contact: hello at andfestival.org.uk
This event is a collaboration for AND between CRUMB the resource for
curators of new media art, and Charlie Gere of University of Lancaster.
CRUMB has received funding from the Arts and Humanities Research
Council, and Arts Council England.
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