For those who cannot possibly make it, will there be
transcripts/documentation/abstracts/proceedings available after?
If your first move is brilliant, you’re in trouble. You don’t really know
how to follow it; you’re frightened of ruining it. So, to make a mess is a
good beginning. — Brian Eno
On Mon, Jun 17, 2013 at 5:18 AM, Nora O Murchú <[log in to unmask]>wrote:
> Dear CRUMB list
> This coming Thursday June 20th we are hosting a panel in Dublin at Rua Red.
> Hope to see you there.
> ONLINE AND OFFLINE: CURATORIAL AND ARTISTIC RESPONSES TO A TRANSITIONING
> 10am – 5pm
> Thursday June 20th
> Rua Red, Tallaght, Dublin
> Nicholas O’ Brien – Independent curator & artist
> Suzy O’ Hara – CRUMB/University of Sunderland
> MariaLaura Ghidini – CRUMB/University of Sunderland
> Melanie Bühler – Independent curator/Lunch-Bytes.com
> RYBN.org – Independent curator & artist
> Bani Brusadin – Independent curator /The Influencers/Center of
> Contemporary Culture of Barcelona
> Beryl Graham – CRUMB/University of Sunderland
> Nora O’ Murchú – Curator of Run Computer, Run/Post Doctoral researcher at
> CRUMB/University of Sunderland
> This symposium offers an in-depth dialogue between leading curators whose
> practice engages with the Internet as a site for cultural production.
> Drawing upon personal and practical experiences, the panellists bring
> together critical and creative investigations of new media and curatorial
> practices. The Internet represents an emerging space – the terms of which
> are constantly being negotiated – and in a short time has become a powerful
> platform for innovation, politics, economic growth and creative practice.
> The panellists represent a broad cross-section of curators whose distinct
> interests and models of practice use information technologies not only as a
> medium and tool, but also as an integral part of the curatorial process
> . Speculating upon the interrelationship between online culture, digital
> technologies and curatorial practice, speakers will discuss how the role of
> curator and artist is transitioning, not only with the growth of digital
> technologies, but also through the offline factors that continue to affect
> how the Internet as a creative platform is developed.
>  KRYSA, J. (ed.) 2006. Curating Immateriality: the Work of the Curator
> in the Age of Network Systems: Autonomedia.
> This event will be streamed live on basic.fm
> BOOKING INFO
> June 20th 10 am – 4 pm
> €25 / €20 (students/unwaged)
> To book call Rua Red on: 01 451 5860 or email: [log in to unmask]
> Drink and refreshments provided.