Posts Tagged: Mexico City

KNOCKING ON MNEMOSYNE’S DOOR: PART 3

A room filled with bookshelves and bookcases leading to a second room displaying a chalkboard displaying “Bienvenido! Gracias Pheonix! Libreria Donceles”.

This week’s returning author, Marshall Reese, is an artist working in new technologies, video, installations, artists books and limited editions. He has worked in collaboration with Nora Ligorano as LigoranoReese for over two decades. This blog post is part of periodic series from contributor Marshall Reese that focuses on “outsider archivists,” people who highlight the tensions… Read more »

Topics in Time-Based Media Art Conservation: Rafael Lozano-Hemmer

A photograph of a man presenting in a dark room with a projected slide-show

This week’s contributing blogger, Elizabeth Lyons, is a second year M.A. student at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts and received her B.A. in Art History and French from Trinity College. She had the pleasure of introducing Rafael Lozano-Hemmer during the lecture.             On October 3, 2016, New York University’s Institute of Fine… Read more »