New Media Art & Archive – course at TIM Brno
Theory of Interactive Media at Masaryk University and CEAD.space invite you to the series of online workshops. The overarching theme of the workshops is New Media Art & Archive and it deals with the complex issue of archiving new media artworks in public institutions. It focuses on the full range of activities necessary for the technical protection of the work, its correct interpretation and presentation.
What is the difference between archive and collection? How can video tapes be stored safely? Is it possible to replace the original mechanics of the device with a computer algorithm?
The series deals with the complex issue of archiving new media works of art in public institutions. It focuses on the full range of activities necessary for the technical protection of the work, its correct interpretation and presentation.
The series is based on the Olomouc Museum of Art: New Media Museums project pre- pared in cooperation with the Slovak National Gallery, WRO Art Center, C3 – Kulturális és Kommunikációs Központ and PAF – Film Animation and Contemporary Art Festival. It reflects the current Central European situation, but tries to put it in a more general context.
The aim is to start a lively discussion platform and share knowledge across institutions. Workshops are thus open not only to students and the professional public but also to interested members of the general public.
Coordination: Dušan Barok, Jakub Frank, Barbora Kundračíková in cooperation with Jana Horáková
Technical support: Svatava Doubková and Michael Franěk Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
SESSION I: Collection
WRO Art Center (PL) – Ursula Blickle Video Archive | Belvedere Museum Vienna (AT) – National Film Archive (CZ) – TATE Gallery / Goldsmiths, University of London (UK)
SESSION II: Artist October 15, 2021, 2 - 4.30 pm
Attila Csörgő (HU) – Jana Bernartová (CZ) – Pawel Janicki (PL) – Michael Bielický (CZ/ DE)
SESSION III: Artwork October 29, 2021, 2 - 4.30 pm
AGH University of Science and Technology Krakow (PL) – Slovak National Gallery (SK) – VALIE EXPORT Center Linz (AT) – Tiziana Caianiello in collaboration with ZERO Foundation (DE)