Posts Tagged: technology

All Light, Everywhere

This week’s returning writer, Hannah Sage Kay, recently received her Masters degree from the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University, where her research focused on the intersection of art and politics with regard to media manipulation, misinformation, and the construction of fictionalized (or alternate) histories.   The manipulative power of framing, and the… Read more »

Caring for Architecture and Design Fine Art Collections: Part 1

A photo of Yars' Revenge

This week’s contributing author, Caroline Gil Rodríguez, is a time-based media conservator and archivist from Puerto Rico. Caroline was previously an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Her areas of interest include media art technologies, the circulation of time-based media art in Latin America… Read more »

SFMOMA’s Artist Initiative Symposium on the Reprinting of Color Photography as a Preservation Strategy

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This week’s contributing author, Michelle N. Jones, graduated with a Masters of Art in Museum Studies from San Francisco State University majoring in curatorship and higher education. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Studio Practice and Art History with a passionate emphasis in photography, post-war and contemporary art, and contemporary Islamic art.  She has… Read more »

Technology is Not the Silver Bullet for Museums: Part II

Returning contributing blogger Wided Khadraoui currently works with Art Processors, an experiential design consultancy specializing in museum spaces, in marketing and business strategy. She previously managed a commercial art space for four years. She holds a MSc in Comparative Politics from the London School of Economics, and a MA from Central Saint Martins in Arts… Read more »

Technology is Not the Silver Bullet for Museums

VoCA, Contemporary Art, Museums

Returning contributing blogger Wided Khadraoui currently works with Art Processors, a experiential design consultancy specializing in museum spaces, in marketing and business strategy. She previously managed a commercial art space for four years. She holds a MSc in Comparative Politics from the London School of Economics, and a MA from Central Saint Martins in Arts… Read more »

The New Inflatable Moment

VoCA Inflatable Moment

This week’s contributing blogger, Avery Robertson, is a fifth year undergrad student at Northeastern University in Boston Massachusetts studying Architectural Studies with a concentration in Sustainable Design. She recently worked at the Boston Society of Architects as the coordinator for the 2017 Common Boston Festival of Architecture and Design. The concept of utopia is one… Read more »

Topics in Time-Based Media Art Conservation: Tina Rivers Ryan

A photograph of a woman speaking from behind a podium

Returning blogger Adam Dunlavy is a PhD student at the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU. After receiving his BA in art history from the University of Chicago, he has held curatorial internships at the Smart Museum of Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art, as well as the Lisa and Jerry O’Brien Curatorial Fellowship at… 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 »

Topics in Time-Based Media Art Conservation: Reinhard Bek

A man delivers a presentation to a mostly seated audience

This week’s contributing blogger, Megan DiNoia, is a current M.A. student at the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU. She is a member of NYU’s Curatorial Collaborative and recently completed a curatorial internship at the Guggenheim Museum.    “When the intention of kinetic artwork is its movement, is it still a kinetic artwork when it does not… Read more »

Reading the Art Between the Lines

Eddy Colloton is a second-year graduate student in the Moving Image Archiving and Preservation M.A. program at New York University. He recently completed an internship in the conservation department of the Denver Art Museum, preserving born-digital works from the museum’s design collection.   The design and manufacture of computer hardware and software has consistently looked… Read more »