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Subject:

related to curatorial transparency... and other ways of looking back

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Sarah Cook <[log in to unmask]>

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Sarah Cook <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 22 Apr 2013 16:29:43 +0000

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a good example of an organisation's self-archiving process... and a timely reminder of how curatorial models have changed for interdisciplinary art practices....


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> From: AV Festival <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: 22 April 2013 14:37:55 GMT+01:00
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Festival Archive Online
> Reply-To: AV Festival <[log in to unmask]>
> 
> 
> FESTIVAL ARCHIVE ONLINE
> 
> You can now view the archive of all our past Festivals online at the AV Festival website from the pilot edition in 2003 to the last edition in 2012.
> 
> Each Festival archive includes documentation of all exhibitions and events, including photographs, biographies, videos, programme notes, articles and website links.
> 
> The archive shows the highlights of each Festival, and is searchable by artform. Each section gives a brief introduction to the Festival theme and ideas, and the history of the whole Festival is here. You can view the whole archive here.
> 
> Archive highlights include: interviews with James Benning, Phill Niblock, Yoshi Wada, Ben Rivers and Lav Diaz; performances of work by Charlemagne Palestine, Kenneth Goldsmith, Alan Moore, Hanne Darboven, Jean Jacques Perrey, John Cage and Steven Stapleton; and talks by Iain Sinclair, Liliane Lijn, Kenneth Anger, Felix Hess, Tetsuo Kogawa and Rick Prelinger.
> 
> 
> FESTIVAL ARCHIVE ON VIMEO, YOUTUBE AND FLICKR
> 
> Our archive is also available on Vimeo and Flickr plus a new Festival archive YouTube channel. Our Flickrpage includes 1,295 images, including some not available on our website. You can watch our videos and follow us on Vimeo and YouTube.
> 
> 
> KEEP IN TOUCH
> 
> We’re currently planning for AV Festival 14, which will take place from 1-31 March 2014. More information about the Festival theme will be announced soon.
> 
> The best way to keep in touch is to sign up to our email list. 
> 
> You can also join our fan page on facebook or follow us on twitter. 
> 
> AV Festival 06: LifeLike
> Thu 2 March 2006 – Sun 12 March 2006
> 
> The curatorial theme of AV Festival 06 was life sciences. Our perceptions of what life is, when it starts and ends and how it works have been transformed by science and technology. AV Festival 06 featured works that vividly show how technology can mimic, impersonate and simulate life. It also explored the way that biotechnology, genetic engineering and cloning have radically altered the way we imagine life. The Festival featured artists including: Anthony McCall, Ryoji Ikeda, Carsten Nicolai, Gina Czarnecki, Michael Nyman and Critical Art Ensemble. Visit archive.
> 
>  
> AV Festival 08: Broadcast
> Thu 28 February 2008 – Sat 8 March 2008
> 
> The curatorial theme of AV Festival 08 was broadcast. The UK began to switch off analogue television signals in 2007, paving the way for television to become entirely digital. At the same time the internet and mobile networks have created opportunities for us to broadcast ourselves in entirely new ways. The Festival debated the future of broadcasting and celebrated the history of transmission. It featured artists including: Harun Farocki, Chris Watson, Joyce Hinterding, Tetsuo Kogawa, Jean-Jacques Perrey, Sonia Boyce and Marko Peljhan. Visit archive.
> 
> 
> AV Festival 10: Energy
> Fri 5 March 2010 – Sun 14 March 2010
> 
> The curatorial theme of AV Festival 10 was energy: a universal force that connects, transforms and renews life. The Festival explored energy from scientific, technological, environmental and spiritual perspectives. The Festival featured artists including: Charlemagne Palestine, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Alan Moore, Stephen O’Malley, Kenneth Anger, Gustav Metzger, Graham Harwood, Liliane Lijn, Rick Prelinger, Craig Baldwin, Kaffe Matthews, Hayley Newman, Jana Winderen, Rhodri Davies, Cluster and Felix Hess. Visit archive. 
> 
>  
> AV Festival 12: As Slow As Possible
> 1 March 2012 – 31 March 2012
> 
> Titled after ASLSP (As SLow aS Possible), by pioneering artist John Cage, the AV Festival 12 theme explored how artists have stretched, measured and marked the passage of time. Some works lasted the full 31 days of the Festival others were infinite in duration or moved imperceptibly slowly. The Festival featured artists including: James Benning, On Kawara, Hamish Fulton, Iain Sinclair, Cyprien Gaillard, Hanne Darboven, Lav Diaz, Ben Rivers, Yoshi Wada, Susan Stenger, Phill Niblock, Sharon Lockhart, Steven Stapleton and Kenneth Goldsmith. Visit archive.
> 
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> AV Festival, 10 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle, NE1 6QG.
> Limited Company registered in England 06141603. Registered Charity 1120368.
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