Media in Transition

Wednesday 18 – Friday 20 November

Tate Modern

http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/conference/media-transition

The Getty Conservation Institute, Getty Research Institute and Tate will host this major international conference focusing on the implications of collecting time-based media works of art and related practices. This two and a half-day conference aims to foster lively, inter-disciplinary dialogue about the impact of technological change on an artwork and the growing networks of professionals that are required to support contemporary media art works and their conservation.

Following the format of the highly successful Object in Transition conference in 2008 this event will explore – through papers, panel discussions, demonstrations and dialogues – how the field is adapting and responding to these new forms of artistic practice, and how emerging modes of collaboration between artists, conservators, art historians, technical experts and curators can help advance the field.

Media in Transition Conference Programme (Provisional)

Julia Scher is being interviewed but the focus of the image is her appearing in the camera screen

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