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|Title: ||The anarchive series as a challenge between art and information. Another approach of media art history today|
|Authors: ||Anne-Marie, Duguet|
|Issue Date: ||18-Nov-2017 |
|Abstract: ||Based on examples from the anarchive series of digital monographs with artists such as Muntadas, Snow, Kuntzel, Otth, Nakaya, Fujihata and Campus, this presentation will discuss the incidence of digital technologies on the ways we elaborate, think and practice art history today and more precisely the history of time-based works. Notions such as document and context, speed and connectivity, database and visualization, or augmented reality are at the core of these hybrid projects.|
|Description: ||Anne-Marie DUGUET
Professor Emeritus University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Art critic and curator
Director of the anarchive series.
Among her publications the books: Vidéo la mémoire au poing, 1981, Jean-Christophe Averty, 1991, Déjouer l’image.Créations électroniques et numériques, 2002|
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