Christiane Paul is a renown theoretician and curator who has largely treated arguments that embrace Media Art, Digital Art and the wide spectrum of sectors that relates art and technologies. She is currently associate professor at the School of Media Studies at The New School in New York: coined the term “neomateriality”, which can be considered as a central concept in the definition of certain touching points between the realm of contemporary art and the general understanding of Media Art.[:it]Christiane Paul è un'importante teorica e curatrice che ha trattato ampiamente argomenti che abbracciano la Media Art, la Digital Art e lo spettro di settori che uniscono arte e tecnologie. Al momento è professoressa associata alla School of Media Studies presso la New School di New York: ha coniato il termine “neomaterialità”, che può essere considerato un concetto centrale per definire i punti di contatto tra il settore dell’arte contemporanea e la conoscenza generale.
Preemptive Media (Beatriz da Costa, Jamie Schulte, Brooke Singer), AIR (Area's Immediate Reading), 2006. Prototypes of portable air quality measurement kits to monitor various air pollutants, accompanied by data visualizations of the findings.
For The State of the Moving Image, six panels comprised of artists, theorists, critics, and curators will explore topical concerns about moving images in/and alongside contemporary art.
When the FTC filed its amended antitrust complaint against Facebook in mid-August, we read it with interest. FTC Chair Lina Khan rose to fame with a seminal analysis of the monopolistic tactics of Amazon, another Big Tech giant, when she was just a law student, and we anticipated that the amended...