Documenting New Media Art, 2008. Courtesy of CRUMB

New York-based curator Caitlin Jones joins the CRUMB team to discuss how best to document event based and exhibition-based new media art activity.

Biography
Caitlin Jones is the Director of Programming at the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery in New York, NY. Prior to this, Jones held a combined curatorial and conservation position at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. She co-curated the groundbreaking exhibition Seeing Double: Emulation in Theory and Practice and coordinated the Deutsche Guggenheim exhibition, Nam June Paik: Global Groove in 2004. As a key member of the Variable Media Network, Caitlin has also been responsible for developing important tools and policy for the preservation of electronic and ephemeral artworks. Her writings on new media art presentation and preservation have appeared in a wide range of catalogues and international publications.

Credit
Produced by CRUMB. Funded by Arts Council England Inspiring Internationalists. 

Seminar: Documenting New Media Art

FREE

Wed 5 March 2008, 2-5pm

Dance City

Temple Street
Newcastle NE1 4BR

Additional Information

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