The Myth of Immateriality: Presenting and Preserving New Media Christiane Paul. IMLab Park Sang - A. Who is Christiane Paul. Both a scholar in digital art & historian of art and technology Professor of Visual Arts @ The New School A uthor of the seminal book Digital Art.
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The Myth of Immateriality:Presenting and Preserving New MediaChristiane Paul
IMLabPark Sang - A
Program @ NYU
“Recreating the Museum Tour”
by Marymount Manhattan College
@ Museum of Modern Art
“YOUR SHOW HERE”@ Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art
Recontextualization and reconfiguration.
It does not always provide better conditions and often is not required by the work itself.
Require extremely strong and therefore costly projectors.
sometimes need to be set up according to specified parameters (such as height, width, defined lighting requirements, etc.)
The variability of new media installations also means that the same work might not ever be installed again the same way as it travels from venue to venue.
"Data Dynamics" Whitney Museum
MarekWalczak and Martin Wattberg, Apartment,Whitney Museum of American Art,2011
MarekWalczak and Martin Wattberg, Apartment,Electrohype Festival, Sweden 2002. Single projection onto table.
"Variable Media Questionnaire