How will internet shape the future of art?

The “Technological Arts Preservation” project enacted through the collaboration between Sabancı University and digitalSSM Archive and Research Space, is hosting a talk with Christiane Paul, Chief Curator / Director of the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center and Adjunct Curator of Digital Art at the Whitney Museum of American Art.

digitalssm webinar 30 april

The talk will outline the aesthetic and conceptual evolution of net-based practices from Web 1.0 to the current wave of crypto art, chronicling their engagement with identity, data frameworks, and collaborative production. Also discussed will be the curatorial models for presenting web-based art over the decades, as well as approaches to and best practices for conserving the art form.

The event will be conducted in English and is free of charge for all participants who register at Sakıp Sabancı Museum's web site

Christiane Paul 

Chief Curator / Director of the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center and Professor in the School of Media Studies at The New School, as well as Adjunct Curator of Digital Art at the Whitney Museum of American Art. She is the recipient of the Thoma Foundation's 2016 Arts Writing Award in Digital Art, and her books are A Companion to Digital Art (Blackwell-Wiley, May 2016); Digital Art (Thames and Hudson, 2003, 2008, 2015); Context Providers – Conditions of Meaning in Media Arts(Intellect, 2011; Chinese edition, 2012); and New Media in the White Cube and Beyond (UC Press, 2008). At the Whitney Museum she curated exhibitions including Programmed: Rules, Codes, and Choreographies in Art 1965 - 2018 (2018/19), Cory Arcangel: Pro Tools (2011) and Profiling (2007), and is responsible for artport, the museum’s portal to Internet art. Other curatorial work includes The Question of Intelligence (Kellen Gallery, The New School, NYC, 2020). Little Sister (is watching you, too) (Pratt Manhattan Gallery, NYC, 2015); and What Lies Beneath (Borusan Contemporary, Istanbul, 2015).

Release date: 27.04.2021 11:44:55