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on 22.12.04 11:36 am, Beryl Graham at [log in to unmask] wrote:
> preservation and dissemination of media art
> The final seminar in the hothaus series will
> examine the challenges of curating and presenting
> media art. Papers will explore conservation, the
> role of the museum, the shifting relationship
> between authorship, authenticity and
> interactivity and the role of technology in
> re-enactment projects. Confirmed speakers
> include Sarah Cook, Caitlin Jones, Andy Webster &
> Jon Bird and Martijn Stevens. The chair is Helen
> Located in Birmingham, the hothaus series is
> brought to you by Vivid and the University of
> Central England. The series will be published by
> Article Press in summer 2005.
> Date: 29.01.05
> Time: 10-6
> Costs £30/20/10 (orgs/inds/concs)
> For booking information contact Vivid on 0121 233 4061 or visit www.vivid.org.