[spectre] FW: next Hybrid Discourse events

WRO 01 wro@wro.getin.pl
Tue, 09 Apr 2002 18:50:47 +0200

I+DAT[A] hosting=20

HYBRID DISCOURSE: Curatorial Practices  Friday 12/04/02 and
Institutional Practices 13/04/02

Curatorial Pracices:
Sarah Cook [Canada/UK, University of Sunderland]
Violetta Kutlubasis-Krajewska & Piotr Krajewski
    [WRO Centre for Media Art, Poland]
Michele Thursz=20
    [independent curator and director of Post Media Network, US]
Chair: Joasia Krysa [i-DAT] & Lina Dzuverovic-Russell [MUTE].

Friday: 12/04/02    2.00-4.00PM: Sherwell Centre.
Institutional Practices: Models / Art-Commerce

Institutional Practices: Models / 10am
=A0=A0=A0=A0Luca Dal Pozzolo, Italy
=A0=A0=A0=A0Clive Gillman, UK
=A0=A0=A0=A0Anne Nigten, The Netherlands
   Chair: Bronac Ferran, Arts Council of England

Institutional Practices: Art-Commerce / 2pm
=A0=A0=A0=A0Jordan Crandall, US
=A0=A0=A0=A0Marina Grzinic Mauhler, Slovenia
=A0=A0=A0=A0Simon Ford, UK
   Chair: Violetta Kutlubasis-Krajewska & Piotr Krajewski, WRO Center for
Media Art=20

10 - 4 PM 13/04/02

Hybrid Discourse is a series of events investigating current cultural
debates in the context of digital media. Focusing on key issues such as
relations between art and industry, emerging cultural, commercial and hybri=
practices as well as new models of curatorial and institutional practices
this program seeks to re-address critical terms of Adorno and Horkheimer's
original concept of the culture industry in a current context.

=8CCuratorial Practices and 'Institutional Practices', a two-day conference
hosted by I+DAT[A], examines the position occupied by new media curators an=
institutions in the current cultural landscape. Based on the Frankfurt
School=B9s concept of the culture industry, this session investigates the
diverse models of curatorial practice that facilitate production,
distribution and dissemination of new media works. Set within a wider
context of the current cultural economy this session examines
interrelationships between artistic programming, varied sources of funding,
audience development and participation, local and non-local community
development, social infrastructure and cultural policy.

Place: Sherwell Centre / University of Plymouth / Plymouth / UK
Info and to join on-line discussion or listen to webcasts:
Contact: a.lewin@dartington.ac.uk / joasia@caiia-star.net

Hybrid Discourse is organised by Anya Lewin and Joasia Krysa with support
from the Institute of Digital Art and Technology (i-DAT), Dartington Colleg=
of Arts, World of Work, Mute, and the European Social Fund.