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Friday 12.04.2019

'Curating New Media Art: Process, Interaction, Virtuality' Online Course by Node Center


'Curating New Media Art: Process, Interaction, Virtuality' Online Course by Node Center
Node Center for Curatorial Studies
http://www.nodecenter.net

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- Duration: May 13 - 3 , 2019 - Application deadline: May 9, 2019 - Lecturer: Pau Waelder - Participation fee: 154 EUR

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info@nodecenter.org



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Node Center for Curatorial Studies
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CURATING NEW MEDIA ART: PROCESS, INTERACTION, VIRTUALITY
An Online Course by Node Center



As more and more artists integrate digital technologies in their work, it is common for curators to deal with the specificities of artworks that move away from the traditional notion of the static object and need to be plugged, configured, maintained or interacted with. The artworks usually labeled as new media art present certain challenges for curators, exhibitions spaces and audiences, while they open up possibilities for different ways of conceiving and developing an exhibition.

This course will focus on curating new media art through three features commonly present in artworks related to technology: process, interaction and virtuality. These aspects will lead us to consider, through a hands-on approach, the practicalities of curating new media art, from the very concept of the exhibition, to developing a project, calculating a budget, installing the artworks and presenting them to the public. Each week, we will discuss these subjects through case studies, suggested readings and sharing ideas.

*Video conferences every Monday at 7pm CEST. Recordings will be available in case you miss a live session!

- Duration: May 13 - 3 , 2019
- Application deadline: May 9, 2019
- Lecturer: Pau Waelder
- Participation fee: 154 EUR



FULL INFORMATION AND ENROLLMENTS: bit.ly/2UqJKx7


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PROGRAM

Week 1. Why curate (new media art)?

- What is new media art?
- Narratives in new media art exhibitions
- The technology in new media art
- Working with new media artists

Week 2. Process

- Artworks that won't stop (or should not)
- Explaining processes
- When the artwork controls the duration of contemplation
- Preserving by curating

Week 3. Interaction

- Setting the stage for interactive artworks
- Engaging the audience
- The exhibition as amusement park
- Interaction inside and outside the white cube

Week 4. Virtuality

- Not so immaterial: working with net art, AR and VR
- Conceiving an exhibition space without objects
- Presenting the show to a virtual audience
- What will be left, in the end?


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CONTACT
www.nodecenter.org
info@nodecenter.org


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