Curating Photography in the Networked Image Economy

From 1st December 2018, the CSNI researcher Katrina Sluis will be undertaking a Swiss National Science Foundation funded research project “Curating Photography in the Networked Image Economy” in collaboration with Dr Wolfgang Brückle, Lucerne University of Applied Arts and Sciences, Fotomuseum Winterthur, FotoColectania and The Photographers’ Gallery

Operation Earnest Voice

Over 4 days in January 2019, CSNI researcher Katrina Sluis worked with the artist Jonas Lund to transform the 3rd Floor of The Photographers’ Gallery into an influencing office tasked with reversing Brexit. Part installation, part performance, part working think tank, Operation Earnest Voice aimed to explore and interrogate the numerous tools, methods and strategies used to influence …

Cultural Value and the Digital: Practice, Policy and Theory

Victoria Walsh (RCA), Andrew Dewdney and Ionna Zouli (LSBU) and Emilie Pringle (Tate)
AHRC RCA / Tate Collaboration

This collaborative and interdisciplinary research project between Tate, the Royal College of Art and London South Bank University (2013/14) was based upon the recognition that contemporary professional practice, policy-formation and …

Online Curation

Current Research by Annet Dekker (as part of a residence at CCS, Bard College, February-June 2015)

It could be argued that the transformation from analogue to digital archives and archiving has shifted from selecting single documents in favour of seeking relations between documents and stimulating audiences to actively participate in …

How to Do Art with Networks

with: Harm van den Dorpel, Aymeric Mansoux, Martine Neddam, Michael Murtaugh, Anne Roquigny, Robert Sakrowski, Katrina Sluis

Thursday 26 November 2015, 13:00 – 17:30
Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Gym, Amsterdam

During a one-day-open market with workshops, lectures and performances, How to Do Art With Networks shows how networks are art.

How …

Marshalling Time: Distributed Aesthetics and the Purification of Hybrids in the 21st Century Art Museum

Conference presentation by Andrew Dewdney and Victoria Walsh @ PARSE Biennial Research Conference on TIME, 4-6 November 2015, Gothenburg (Sweden).

How are artists, curators and theorists responding to the new conditions of hypermodernity and chrono-reflexivity within the spaces and time of the art museum? Marked by a distributed archival …