New media in the white cube and beyond-visual

University of California Press

2008

1 vol. (IX-273 p.)

ill. en couleurs

24 cm

Anglais langue(s) de publication

ISBN/ISSN/EAN : 978-0-520-25597-5

New media in the white cube and beyond

curatorial models for digital art

Paul, Christiane (Auteur)

Notes bibliographique.

Note de contenu :
- Introduction / Christiane Paul
- New Media Art and the Gallery in the Digital Age / Charlie Gere
- Immateriality and Its Discontents: An Overview of Main Models and Issues for Curating New Media / Sarah Cook
- Challenges for a Ubiquitous Museum: From the White Cube to the Black Box and Beyond / Christiane Paul
- Curating Net Art: A Field Guide / Steve Dietz
- Distributed Curating and Immateriality / Joasia Krysa
- Death by Wall Label / Jon Ippolito
- Participation, Flow, and the Redistribution of Authorship: The Challenges of Collaborative
- Exchange and New Media Curatorial Practice / Sara Diamond
- Reconfiguring Curation: Noninstitutional New Media Curating and the Politics of Cultural Production / Patrick Lichty
- Serious Games / Beryl Graham
- (Re)distributions: PDA, Information Appliance, and Nomadic Arts as Cultural Intervention / Patrick Lichty
- Seeing Double: Emulation in Theory and Practice / Caitlin Jones et Carol Stringari
- Games: Computerspiele von KünstlerInnen (games: Computer games by artists) / Tilman Baumgärtel, Hans D. Christ, et Iris Dressler

Résumé :
Cet ouvrage part du principe que l'art numérique est dynamique, interactif, collaboratif et résiste à l'objectivation. Il remet en cause les méthodes coutumières des arts traditionnels, de présentation et de documentation, et son approche de la collection et de la préservation.

Abstract :
This anthology addresses the challenges of curating, presenting, and preserving new-media art--artworks that use digital technologies as media and emphasize process over object. As an art form that is inherently time based, dynamic, interactive, collaborative, customizable, and variable, new-media art resists objectification. It boldly challenges the traditional art world's customary methods of presentation and documentation as well as its approach to collection and preservation. Edited and introduced by Christiane Paul and featuring contributions by prominent practitioners--institutional and independent curators, theorists, and conservators--this volume charts developments in an exciting field and addresses the conceptual, philosophical, and practical issues of both curating and presenting new-media art. (From the editor's abstract)

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