Worldwide openings this week


Recent announcements

02 Jun 2020

Art Tease, a web-based exhibition of Sun Yuan & Peng Yu

ICRA-X Robotics & Art Program

01 Jun 2020

SARS-COV-2 decoded for art to stimulate science

EMERGE + Institute of Viral Sonology

27 May 2020

O Rumo do Fumo Residency Programme 2020

O Rumo do Fumo

26 May 2020

ART PARIS 2020

Art Paris Digital by Artsy and Art Paris Live

25 May 2020

Curating on the Web: Exhibiting Internet-based Art - Online course by Node Center

Node Center for Curatorial Studies Berlin

19 May 2020

Accessibility in Curating - Online course by Node Center

Node Center for Curatorial Studies Berlin

18 May 2020

ECC Performance Art Upcoming Online Course

Online Course at ECC Performance Art

14 May 2020

A Practical Guide to Curating - Online course by Node Center

Node Center for Curatorial Studies Berlin

12 May 2020

Creative Thinking - Online course by Node Center

Node Center for Curatorial Studies Berlin

1. Register in order to get a username and a password.
2. Log in with your username and password.
3. Create your announcement online.

Tuesday 17.12.2019

'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

Info

- Duration: Jan 13 - Feb 3, 2020 - Enroll before: Jan 9, 2020 - Lecturer: Pau Waelder - Participation fee: 154 EUR (15% off enrolling in December)

Contact

courses@nodecenter.org



Address

http://www.nodecenter.net
Node Center for Curatorial Studies
Wrangelstr. 5
10997 Berlin
Germany

Share this announcement on:  |

CURATING NEW MEDIA ARTE: PROCESS, INTERACTION, VIRTUALITY
An Online Course by Node Center


DECEMBER SPECIAL: -15% off all Node's courses

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: Jan 13 - Feb 3, 2020
- Enroll before: Jan 9, 2020
- Lecturer: Pau Waelder
- Participation fee: 154 EUR (15% off enrolling in December)


FULL INFORMATION AND ENROLLMENTS: bit.ly/2RHN3NL


----
PROGRAM

Week 1. Contexts and narratives

Understanding the context: what is new media art?
Creating the narrative in a group exhibition
Factoring in technology in a curatorial project
Working with artists: establishing fees and collaborations
Assignment – develop the main concept of your curated exhibition


Week 2. Process

Setup and maintenance of process-based artworks
Explaining the process to communicate the meaning
How to manage the duration of contemplation
The role of curators in the preservation of new media art
Assignment – select the artworks and define technical requirements


Week 3. Interaction

Designing the exhibition space
Engaging the audience in an interactive installation
Interactivity and meaning: thought-provoking or entertaining?
Interaction in public spaces, from perception to legislation
Assignment – design the space of your exhibition using a floorplan


Week 4. Virtuality

Curating net art, AR and VR projects
Conceiving an exhibition space without objects
Defining a visual identity and a communications plan
Considerations on production and final project evaluation
Assignment – establish a production and communications plan


----
CONTACT
www.nodecenter.org
info@nodecenter.org




Course image by Samuel Zeller