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NEW FRONTIERS IN CURATING, PRESERVING, DISPLAYING AND CONNECTING DIGITAL BASED ARTS

May 19–20, 2023, Paris, France

Varvara Guljajeva and Mar Canet Sola, Synthetic Landscapes


Watch Art Data: New Frontiers in Curating, Preserving, Displaying and Connecting Digital Based Arts, a conversation organized in the framework of ISEA 2023, Paris, France. With the participation of Alexandra Dementieva, Anna Frants, and Janine Randerson. Moderated by Natalia Kolodzei.


Art Data: New Frontiers in Curating, Preserving, Displaying and Connecting Digital Based Arts is a part of the Third Summit on New Media Art Archiving and brings together participants from diverse fields including artists, curators, researchers, and collectors.


The impetus for the discussion is a number of questions shaped by the needs of independent organizations and professionals who work across contemporary media art. The conversation aims to explore interrelationship between archives and artistic practices which, as Janine Randerson argues, «form networks across time and distance and resist notions of center and periphery by treating data sets as part of environmental and cultural ecologies». At the same time, participants propose ideas and methods that make archives useful as a resource for reflecting vulnerable histories and ever-changing nature of technology–based arts.


Janine Randerson’s presentation provides insight into Aotearoa Digital Arts Network and the Len Lye Foundation Archive, community-based interdisciplinary platforms tending to indigenous cultures and ethos and expending outwards. Anna Frants tells the story of CYLAND Audio and Video Archives as alternative artist-run forms of collecting, preserving, and exhibiting experimental sound and video. Alexandra Dementieva reveals the ways in which artists reinvent their personal archives, creating multi-page manuals, zines or artist books to mediate and re-contextualize works based on technology.


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May 20, 2023 at 9 AM Panel I: Art Data. New Frontiers in Curating, Preserving, Displaying and Connecting Digital Based Art Chair: Carl Philipp Hoffmann (ADA) Participants: Alexandra Dementieva, Anna Frants, Janine Randerson, Natalia Kolodzei

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