Museums Without Walls – conference participation

CSNI researchers Teodora Fartan and Paula Roush will both participate in the Museums Without Walls conference at Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada, August 15-17, with keynotes by Michael Connor (Rhizome), Sarah Kenderdine (Experimental Museology Lab / EPFL), Pippin Barr (Concordia University), and Sara Diamond (OCAD University). The publicity materials state: “In …

Curating the Networked Image: Between computation and commodification

Presentation by Associate Professor Katrina Sluis, Head of Photography and Media Arts, School of Art & Design (and CSNI co-Director), Tuesday 17 May 2022, 1–2pm (AEST, so 04.00am UK time, aargh!). Lecture Theatre (room 1.02), Sir Roland Wilson Building, 120 McCoy Circuit, ANU. Register at https://soad.cass.anu.edu.au/events/katrina-sluis-curating-networked-image-between-computation-commodification. Those who can’t …

Curatorial Reading Group #3

For our next session on March 18th, 2022, from 10 – 12 Jamie Wyld will present Vital Capacities, an accessible virtual residency platform supporting diverse artists to participate in international residencies, set up in 2020. The presentation and following discussion will address accessibility and artistic practice and the integration of …

The Broken Timeline

Online presentation with Annet Dekker, Gaia Tedone and Marialaura Ghidini of The Broken Timeline – a collection of +250 online exhibitions from the last decades, accompanied by an overview of technical developments – at the Symposium Calculating Control organised by the Zentrum für Netzkunst in Berlin: Monday May 3, 6pm CET. 

The …

Machine Vision’s Visions, roundtable discussion

Machine Vision’s Visions, roundtable discussion
Wednesday 17 February, 19:00 London / 20:00 Berlin / 14:00 NYC
Participants: Peter Bell, Tega Brain, Leonardo Impett, Fabian Offert

Register via this link.

The project Curating Photography in the Networked Image Economy studies the networked image and its various intersections with curating, and has been …

ISEA workshop blog: ‘Caring networks: reframing preservation within networked art practices’ by Lozana Rossenova

Organizers Sarah Cook and Roddy Hunter were joined by artists, curators, archivists and an international group of graduate students to jointly investigate the question of preserving networked art practices during the ISEA 2020 virtual conference. The organizers conceived of such practices in a broad sense, spanning beyond art on the …