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MediaArtHistories Award 2019 goes to Anne-Marie Duguet

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MediaArtHistories Award 2019 goes to Anne-Marie Duguet

The French Art Historian and Curator Anne-Marie Duguet receives the
international MediaArtHistories Award 2019.

The MediaArtHistories Award is given bi-annually for lifetime
achievements and major contributions to the histories of media, art,
science and technology. Previous award recipients have included Barbara
Stafford and Werner Nekes (posthumously). Anne-Marie Duguet (*1946) is
an Emeritus Professor in Aesthetics and Art History at the University of
Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, an art critic and curator. Since 1995, she
has been the director and editor of the “anarchive” series which
comprises monographic digital archives and multimedia projects of such
contemporary artists as Antoni Muntadas, Michael Snow, Thierry Kuntzel,
Jean Otth, Fujiko Nakaya, and Masaki Fujihata. The most recent anarchive
edition appeared in conjunction with an international touring exhibition
of the US-American video artist Peter Campus (showing at Bronx Museum of
the Arts (NY), until July 21, 2019, after presentations at Jeu de Paume
in Paris, in Sevilla, and Lisbon).

In her research, Anne-Marie Duguet combines a curatorial engagement
with contemporary artistic production, and in-depth historical and
aesthetic investigations. She is a pioneer of art historical research on
the medium of video, on electronic audiovisual technologies, computer
graphics, and interactive art, ever since the publication of Vidéo, la
mémoire au poing (1981) [Video, memory at hand], and her innovative
approach to the study of video installations in the essay
“Dispositifs” (1988). Besides her writings on international
artists like Nam June Paik, Jeffrey Shaw, Bill Viola, Nil Yalter, Norman
White, or Tamas Waliczky, Anne-Marie Duguet has also drawn attention to
French artists like Thierry Kuntzel whose first retrospective she
curated at Jeu de Paume, and to the French experimental television
pioneer, Jean-Christophe Averty, whose collages and exceptional story
boards for television programs she exhibited for the first time in Paris
in 1991. http://www.anarchive.net/

Anne-Marie Duguet has had an immense influence on the production and
study of video and media art in France through her seminars at the Art
and Science of Art Department of the Sorbonne University (Paris 1),
where she taught since the 1970s, supervising a large number of PhD
projects about art, aesthetics and technology. She was a Guest Professor
at the Interactive Cinema Research Center University of New South Wales,
Sydney (2007–2009), and continues to lecture internationally.

Duguet studied in Paris where she concluded her research with a study
on the aesthetics of video and television ("Vers une esthétique de la
création électronique (vidéo et télévision)", 1991). She is a member
of the International Association of Art Critics AICA, and was a member
of the advisory board of Transmediale Media Art Festival, Berlin
(1996-2005). Since 2000, she has been an Officer in the French national
"Ordre des Arts et des Lettres".

The selection of MediaArtHistories Award winners is based on an
international call for proposals, and was this year decided upon by an
international jury including Andreas Broeckmann (Leuphana Universität,
DE), Sean Cubitt (Goldsmiths, UK), Andres Burbano (Universidad de los
Andes, CO), Oliver Grau (Danube University, AT), Inge Hinterwaldner
(Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, DE), Erkki Huhtamo (University of
California, US), Machiko Kusahara (Waseda University, JP), Gunalan
Nadarajan (Ann Arbor School of Art & Design, US), Katja Kwastek, Vrije
Universiteit Amsterdam NL), Paul Thomas (University of New South Wales,
AU), and Chris Salter (Concordia University, Montreal CA).
http://www.mediaarthistory.org/

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