Includes bibliographical references
|Statement||[edited by Joasia Krysa]|
|Series||DATA browser -- 03|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||282 p. :|
|Number of Pages||282|
CURATING IMMATERIALITY: The Work of the Curator in the Age of Network Systems. Edited by Joasia Krysa Published by Autonomedia CC (all texts released under a Creative Commons License) ISBN Paper perfectbound, x mm pages. Download Free PDF Buy Book. Outline. book Curating Immateriality Edited by Joasia Krysa Published by Autonomedia Contributions by Joasia Krysa, Tiziana Terranova, Marina Vishmidt, Grzesiek Sedek, Geoff Cox, Christiane Paul, Eva Grubinger, Jacob Lillemose, Josephine Berry Slater, org & [epidemiC], Alexander R. Galloway & Eugene Thacker, Franziska Nori. Curating Immateriality: the work of the curator in the age of network systems is the third volume of AutonomediaOs DATA browser series, after Economizing Culture and Engineering Culture. Edited by Joasia Krysa, co-editor of the book series, curator, and teacher at the Faculty of Technology, University of Plymouth in the United Kingdom, Curating. Buy Curating Immateriality: The Work of the Curator in the Age of Network Systems (DATA Browser) by Krysa, Joasia (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1.
This book reflects on these changes and asserts that the practice of curating cannot be dissociated from social and technological developments.1 It is therefore concerned with the politics of curating- with how power relations and control are expressed in the contemporary forms that. DATA browser is a book series that explores new thinking and practice at the intersection of contemporary art, digital culture and politics. 09 VOLUMETRIC REGIMES (FORTHCOMING ) 08 Indexing Imaginaries (forthcoming ) 07 Fabricating Publics (forthcoming ) 06 Executing Practices () 05 Disrupting Business (). Curating Immateriality more or less acknowledges this, while Art and Its Institutions – actually concerned in the main with Nordic art and society – though much more likely to find a wider readership, suffers from a number of poor translations. Its title is a little disingenuous as well as falsely generic: outside of the Scandinavian. Hans Ulrich Obrist. One of my childhood heroes was Sergei didn't dance. He wasn't a choreographer. He didn't compose. He didn't direct. But he was, to .
Rethinking Curating explores the characteristics distinctive to new media art, including its immateriality and its questioning of time and space, and relates them to such contemporary art forms as video art, conceptual art, socially engaged art, and performance art. Video recordings from the conference Curating, Immateriality, Systems held at Tate Modern. This conference investigates a range of positions currently occupied by curators in the context of digital media and immaterial production. The book continues this general line of inquiry in relation to curating, and extends it by considering how power relations and control are expressed in the context of network systems and immateriality. Curating immateriality: the work of the curator in the age of network systems / Joasia Krysa --Of sense and sensibility: immaterial labour in open systems / Tiziana Terranova --Twilight on the widgets: notes on immateriality and value / Marina Vishmidt --Extract from kurator source code: LXR library functions / Grzesiek Sedek --Software.