Collecting and presenting born-digital art - A matter of translation and (historical) knowledge
Collecting and presenting born-digital art A matter of translation and (historical) knowledge
This working conference will address significant changes in contemporary artistic production by facilitating knowledge exchange between different art worlds. Through discussions and analyzing several case studies we aim to increase understanding of each other’s aesthetics, art historical links, economies, technical challenges and organizational structures.
Baltan Laboratories and Van Abbemuseum will host a two day working conference. The sessions will be led by, among others: Sarah Cook and Beryl Graham (CRUMB), Annie Fletcher (Van Abbemuseum), Ben Fino-Radin (Rhizome), Paulien ‘t Hoen and Gaby Wijers (SBMK/NIMk), Christiane Paul (Whitney Museum of American Art), Edward Shanken (University of Memphis), Jill Sterrett (SFMoma).
The two-day programme is 45,- euros, and includes lunch and drinks. There is a special student price of 25,- euros.
As part of this program there is a public event called "Museums of the Future" on December 14th in Plaza Futura.
Visit the conference website for more info.