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Tomorrow I will be on a panel the Catharine Clark Gallery to talk about my role in acquiring Ken Goldberg’s Memento Mori. You can read all the details in this press release.
Portion of image on "Imaginary Museum Projects" by Tjebbe van Tijen
Here is the question of the day: If an organization is set up to help promote and promulgate Internet Art, what should that organization be chartered to do? That was the question at a lunch with the kind lady I had met last Thursday and her husband,also very kind (see previous post).
It’s not an easy question to answer. You can’t just throw money up in the air and expect it to rain art. So where does one start?
First off, let’s look at the different sorts of collectors. I see three broad groupings of Internet Art collectors: Continue reading
What made me lose my 'art in San Francisco...
Last night I attended a reception relating to SFMOMA. I don’t want to be precise about the details because I’ve not asked the people involved for permission to do so. What I do want to record is my excitement and thrill regarding several of the dialogs that took place during this reception regarding Internet Art.
My feeling is that Internet art – just like so many other things that relate to the Internet – will be launched, bloom and prosper somewhere around San Francisco and the Bay Area. It logically follows that the progenitors of such an art movement would be in the same age group as are all the current flock of Internet titans and techies. Thus the people I have been interested in talking to have been roughly 24 to 36 years old. Continue reading
It’s time to start posting to AotN again. It’s been over six months since I finished the two courses on new media taught by Dr Christiane Paul at UC Berkeley, yet I have been incapable of producing a new post. The whole point of taking the courses was to help me write better posts. Continue reading
The reason you go to an event like BBB is to listen to highly educated people expound in a highly intelligent manner. You hope, if the wind is blowing in the right direction, that you will understand what they say and, fidgeting with talisman, that they share ideas that are thrilling. With those thoughts in mind let’s double-click on Berkeley Big Bang: Day 2.