4 edition of Curating immateriality found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references
|Statement||[edited by Joasia Krysa]|
|Series||DATA browser -- 03|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||282 p. :|
|Number of Pages||282|
"Curating Immateriality (Data Browser)" Okay, I'm going to be honest and just say that I could barely finish this book. Which is not meant to be a criticism of the publication as much as an acknowledgement of my intellectual limitations and lack of deep interest in art on the Internet. Book chapters, Essays. with Grzesiek Sedek, "Source Code", in Software Studies: A Lexicon, ed. Matthew Fuller, MIT Press, , pp "Distributed Curating and Immateriality", in New Media in the White Cube and Beyond: Curatorial Models for Digital Art, University of California Press,
The thesis examines how Information technologies have changed the practice of curating. It proposes an Interdisciplinary approach that directly links curating (often understood as an activity of artistic programming), computing (the activity of computer programming) and a relatively recent Interest In software art (in which programming Is understood as artistic practice). Rethinking Curating explores the characteristics distinctive to new mediaart, including its immateriality and its questioning of time and space, and relates them to suchcontemporary art forms as video art, conceptual art, socially engaged art, and performance art.
Curating Immateriality The Work of the Curator in the Age of Network Systems Joasia Krysa, editor This is the third book in the DATA Browser series. Nanoart - The Immateriality of Art. Examining art that intersects with science and seeks to make visible what cannot ordinarily be seen with the naked eye, Nanoart provides thorough insight into new understandings of materiality and life. It includes an extensive overview of the history of nanoart from the work of Umberto Boccioni right up to present-day artists.
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Articulated through two key issues, immateriality and network systems, this book considers how the practice of curating has been transformed by distributed Curating immateriality book beyond the rhetoric of free software and open systems. Because the site of curatorial production has been expanded to include the space of the Internet, the focus of curatorial 5/5(1).
Curating Immateriality book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This is the third book in the DATA Browser series of critical texts /5(6). CURATING IMMATERIALITY: The Work of the Curating immateriality book in the Age of Network Systems. Edited by Joasia Krysa Published by Autonomedia CC (all texts released under a Creative Commons License) ISBN Paper perfectbound, x mm pages.
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Edited by Joasia Krysa, co-editor of the book series, curator, and teacher at the Faculty of Technology, University of Plymouth in the United Kingdom, Curating.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1. This book reflects on these changes and asserts that the practice of curating cannot be dissociated from social and technological developments.1 It is therefore concerned with the politics of curating- with how power relations and control are expressed in the contemporary forms that.
DATA browser is a book series that explores new thinking and practice at the intersection of contemporary art, digital culture and politics.
09 VOLUMETRIC REGIMES (FORTHCOMING ) 08 Indexing Imaginaries (forthcoming ) 07 Fabricating Publics (forthcoming ) 06 Executing Practices () 05 Disrupting Business (). Curating Immateriality more or less acknowledges this, while Art and Its Institutions – actually concerned in the main with Nordic art and society – though much more likely to find a wider readership, suffers from a number of poor translations.
Its title is a little disingenuous as well as falsely generic: outside of the Scandinavian. Hans Ulrich Obrist. One of my childhood heroes was Sergei didn't dance. He wasn't a choreographer. He didn't compose. He didn't direct. But he was, to.
Rethinking Curating explores the characteristics distinctive to new media art, including its immateriality and its questioning of time and space, and relates them to such contemporary art forms as video art, conceptual art, socially engaged art, and performance art.
Video recordings from the conference Curating, Immateriality, Systems held at Tate Modern. This conference investigates a range of positions currently occupied by curators in the context of digital media and immaterial production.
The book continues this general line of inquiry in relation to curating, and extends it by considering how power relations and control are expressed in the context of network systems and immateriality. Curating immateriality: the work of the curator in the age of network systems / Joasia Krysa --Of sense and sensibility: immaterial labour in open systems / Tiziana Terranova --Twilight on the widgets: notes on immateriality and value / Marina Vishmidt --Extract from kurator source code: LXR library functions / Grzesiek Sedek --Software.
Joasia Krysa is the author of Curating Immateriality ( avg rating, 6 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Writing and Unwriting (Media) Art History (/5(6). Autonomedia books can be ordered through our secure online bookstore, as well as through AK Distribution, Small Press Distribution, and outside of North America, Turnaround Distribution in London.
In New York City, most of our books are available at Bluestockings Books, Allen Street in Manhattan. Daniel Birnbaum and Sven-Olov Wallenstein’s book on Lyotard and the idea of the exhibition combines art criticism and philosophy in a way that is unlike any other.
By Lars-Erik Hjertström Lappalainen Review Artikel på svenska. Installation view from Les. Lillemose, Jacob (), “Conceptual Transformations of Art: From Dematerialization of the Object to Immateriality in Networks”, in Krysa, Joasia (ed.), Curating Immateriality: the Work of the Curator in the Age of Network Systems, New York: Autonomedia, p Beryl Graham and Sarah Cook.
Rethinking Curating: Art After New Media. Cambridge, MA, London, England: The MIT Press, by Katerina Gkoutziouli “Rethinking Curating. Art After New Media” by Beryl Graham and Sarah Cook has been a much-awaited book for those working in the field of new media and curating.
Inthe authors launched CRUMB. Most significant publications include edited books Systemics, or Exhibition as a Series (Sternberg Press, ) and Writing and Unwriting (Media) Art History' (MIT Press ); chapters in Networks (Whitechapel/MIT Press ) and The Routledge Companion to Art and Politics (), and edited anthology Curating Immateriality: The Work of The.
TY - BOOK. T1 - Rethinking Curating. T2 - Art After New Media. AU - Graham, Beryl. AU - Cook, Sarah. N1 - Endorsements "Rethinking Curating is an invaluable road map to the landscape of contemporary curating and the ways in which the 'behaviors' of new media art have changed institutions, exhibitions, and the roles of curators and audiences.Curating Immateriality «Previous / Next» By joasiakrysa / 9th August / book / No Comments.
Edited by Joasia Krysa Published by Autonomedia Contributions by Joasia Krysa, Tiziana Terranova, Marina Vishmidt, Grzesiek Sedek, Geoff Cox, Christiane Paul, Eva Grubinger, Jacob Lillemose, Josephine Berry Slater, org.In addition to a written thesis and software, two further projects produced during the registration period are included in support of the overall thesis: a conference Curating, Immateriality, Systems (CIS) (Tate Modern, London ) and an edited book Curating Immateriality: the work of the curator in the Age of Network Systems (CI.