Contemporary Art and New Media: Toward a Hybrid Discourse?

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some resources on the topic…

SELECTED RECENT WRITINGS

Artnodes 11 (Nov 2011) includes ten essays drawn from 2011 CAA panel, “Contemporary Art, Art-Science, and New Media” (sound recordings in MEDIA, below)

Quaranta, Domenico. Beyond New Media Art (2013).
Shanken, Edward A. “The $34.2 Million Question: Rewriting Histories or Staging Alternative Futures” (2013).
Shanken, Edward A. “Contemporary Art and New Media: Toward a Hybrid Discourse?” (2009 – in progress).
Shanken, Edward A. “Investigatory Art:  Real Time Systems and Network Culture” (2012). Presentation.
Shanken, Edward A. “Alternative Nows and Thens to Be: Re-imagining History to (Re)View the Future – Photography, New Media, and Art Historical Revision” (2011).
Shanken, Edward A. “Reprogramming Systems Aesthetics: A Strategic Historiography” (2010).

Teasdale, Paul. “Net Gains: Claire Bishop vs. the Internet,” 2013.
Lichty, Patrick. “A Disjointed Conversation – Claire Bishop, The Digital Divide, and the State of New Media Contemporary Art,” 2013.
Cornell, Lauren and Brian Droitcour. “Technical Difficulties” (Reply to Claire Bishop, “Digital Divide” and Bishop’s rejoinder), 2013.
Dekker, Annet. “Conversations with Curators #2: Domenico Quaranta”  2012.
Bishop, Claire. “Digital Divide” (link, requires paswsord). Printer-friendly .pdf  2012.
Talkback: responses to Bishop’s “Digital Divide” including comments by Marc Garrett, Honor Harger, John Ippolito, Sarah Cook, Domenico Quaranta, and others.(2012)
Johnson, Paddy. “Is New Media Accepted in the Art World? Domenico Quaranta’s Media, New Media, Postmedia”  2011.
Shanken, Edward A. “Response to “Is New Media Accepted in the Art World? Domenico Quaranta’s Media, New Media, Postmedia 2011.
Quaranta, Domenico, “The Postmedia Perspective” (excerpt from Media, New Media, Postmedia) 2010.
Shanken, Edward A. “Response to Domenico Quaranta’s ‘The Postmedia Perspective’”, 2011.
Anonymous (Brad Troemel), “[IMG MGMT] What Relational Aesthetics Can Learn From 4Chan”2010.
Slocum, Paul, “New Media and the Art Gallery,” 2010.
Jones, Caitlin, “My Artworld Is Bigger than Your Artworld,” 2005..
Lovink, Geert, “New Media, Art and Science: Explorations beyond the Official Discourse,” 2005..
Baumgaertel, Tilman, “Mafia Versus Mafia:  About Tribal Wars Between Conceptual Art And Net Art” 1999.

MEDIA

New Media, Art-Science, and Mainstream Contemporary Art: Toward a Hybrid Discourse?
Panel discussion at CAA Annual Conference, 2011.
Full details (theme description, panelists, paper abstracts)
Podcasts (.mov audio files) Shared under Creative Commons CC BY-NC license
Part 1.  Shanken (chair’s intro), Cristina Albu, Jamie Allen (31′, 22MB)
Part 2.  Jean Gagnon, Ji-hoon Kim (28′, 23MB)
Part 3.  Philip Galanter, Jane Prophet, Christiane Paul (42′, 34MB)
Part 4.  Ronald Jones, Paul Thomas (41′, 33MB)

Conference papers published in bilingual (English/Spanish) journal, Artnodes 11 (Nov 2011).

Review of CAA, including this panel, in Metropolis M

Contemporary Art and New Media: Towards a Hybrid Discourse? Art Basel Conversation, 2010
Download or View video with Nicolas Bourriaud, Michael Grey, Peter Weibel, and Ed Shanken (36′)

UNFORTUNATELY, WORDPRESS HAS BEGUN INSERTING ADS FROM TIME TO TIME.  NOTHING BELOW THIS LINE IS THE CONTENT OF HYBRIDGE.

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Written by Edward Shanken

February 15, 2011 at 2:11 am

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