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Subject:

Audience Experience in Media Art Research

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Beryl Graham <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 6 Aug 2010 08:40:02 +0100

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Hi List,

An interesting-sounding panel at ISEA - do post to the List if any  
CRUMBsters attend!

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http://www.isea2010ruhr.org/conference/thursday-26-august-2010- 
dortmund/p31-a-to-x-audience-experience-in-media-art-research

ISEA2010 RUHR Conference
P31 A to X: Audience Experience in Media Art Research
Thur 26 August 2010
13:00–14:30h
domicil, Dortmund

Convened by Lizzie Muller and Peter Ride (gb)

The importance of the audience as part of the media art event is widely  
acknowledged, but although interaction and embodiment are well  
theorised, we are yet to achieve a well grounded understanding of  
audience experience. It is fundamental to defining the context around  
which an art work has been made and shown. The panel asks how we  
understand the concerns of audiences and how they respond to concepts  
of creativity and innovation in media art.

    1. Lizzie Muller (au)
    2. Nathaniel Stern (us)
    3. Katja Kwastek (de)
    4. Christopher Salter (qc/ca)
    5. Peter Ride (gb)


Lizzie Muller (au)

Lizzie Muller is a curator, researcher, and Senior Lecturer at  
University of Technology, Sydney. Her research investigates audience  
experience from a curatorial perspective. She has adapted tools and  
techniques from Interaction Design to work with audience experience as  
a material, and was founding curator of Beta_Space, a dedicated  
“prototyping” environment for interactive art at the Powerhouse Museum  
in Sydney. She has collaborated with Caitlin Jones to develop an  
archival approach to documenting interactive art based on the  
relationship between the artist’s intentions and the audience  
experience supported by the Daniel Langlois Foundation and the Ludwig  
Boltzman Institute.
Nathaniel Stern (us)

Nathaniel Stern is an artist, writer, and Assistant Professor at the  
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. His research combines traditional  
art historical trajectories with contemporary understandings of  
performance, interactivity and embodiment, in order to bring new  
insight to art and art criticism. How do we embody, perform, and  
interact with art in the gallery space, and what is at stake in how we  
move-in-relation?
Katja Kwastek (de)

Katja Kwastek is an art historian. Her research asks what are the goals  
of documenting audiences/for whom do we do it? How do we integrate the  
insights won into art historical analysis of media art, and do we have  
to redefine the relation between art history and sociology of art?
Christopher Salter (qc/ca)

Chris Salter is an artist, Associate Professor, Design+Computation Arts  
at Concordia University, Montreal and researcher with Hexagram. His  
artistic work and scholarly research focuses on the ways in which  
theories and practices of performance can be used to understand the  
complex ontological and perceptual entanglements between human and  
technical environments. He has exhibited his work internationally and  
is the author of Entangled: Technology and the Transformation of  
Performance from MIT Press (2010).
Peter Ride (gb)

Peter Ride is a curator and Research Fellow, University of Westminster,  
UK. His research addresses how different organisations have a different  
understanding of their audiences and this is a ‘framing’ device that  
can affect how a work is encountered and experienced, for example how  
the audience experience of the same work in a science museum can differ  
from experiencing it in an arts festival. He also looks at way that  
audience research can be used to re-define the curatorial scope of an  
exhibition.


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Beryl Graham, Professor of New Media Art
Research Student Manager, Art and Design
MA Curating Course Leader

Faculty of Arts, Design, and Media, University of Sunderland
Ashburne House, Ryhope Road
Sunderland
SR2 7EE
Tel: +44 191 515 2896    Fax: +44 191 515 2132
Email: [log in to unmask]

CRUMB web resource for new media art curators
http://www.crumbweb.org

CRUMB's new books:
Rethinking Curating: Art After New Media from MIT Press
http://mitpress.mit.edu/catalog/item/default.asp?ttype=2&tid=12071
A Brief History of Curating New Media Art, and A Brief History of  
Working with New Media Art from The Green Box
http://www.thegreenbox.net


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Beryl Graham, Professor of New Media Art
Research Student Manager, Art and Design
MA Curating Course Leader

Faculty of Arts, Design, and Media, University of Sunderland
Ashburne House, Ryhope Road
Sunderland
SR2 7EE
Tel: +44 191 515 2896    Fax: +44 191 515 2132
Email: [log in to unmask]

CRUMB web resource for new media art curators
http://www.crumbweb.org

CRUMB's new books:
Rethinking Curating: Art After New Media from MIT Press
http://mitpress.mit.edu/catalog/item/default.asp?ttype=2&tid=12071
A Brief History of Curating New Media Art, and A Brief History of  
Working with New Media Art from The Green Box
http://www.thegreenbox.net

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