[artinfo] Media Arts and the Archive

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Mon Dec 5 12:59:11 CET 2016

Lecture Series: Media Arts and the Archive

Danube University / Department of Image Science / Krems, Austria

Leading experts discuss contemporary handleing of 
Media Art from research to the archive. How have 
digital media changed our perception and 
interaction with images? How do museums and 
archives address the new challenges of 
collecting, researching, indexing and 
interpreting Media Art? Numerous contemporary 
issues arise for debate through Media Arts, from 
the image and media revolutions, human-machine 
interaction, to globalization and surrveillience 
society. What connections do we find between 
media art and the archive addressed in these 
controversial topics.

The Lecture Series "Media Art and the Archive" 
focuses on proposed solutions for the central 
dilemma of arts politics of our time. 
Internationally chosen experts from art history, 
humanities, museum studies and art envision 
solutions, strategies, and ground-breaking 
results from a variety of research fields.


Prof. Jeffery Shaw (CityU / HK)
08.08.2016, Danube University
The Age of Experience

Dr. Ana Peraica (DanubeU / AT)
02.11.2016, Danube University
Media of Self-Representation and Media Politics

Dr. Andreas Broeckmann (Leuphana / GER)
03.11.2016, Danube University
Machine Art - History and Aesthetics

Patricia Falcao (Tate Modern / UK)
10.11.2016, Danube University
Preserving, Documenting and Displaying Media Art

Dr. Harald Kraemer (CityU / HK)
05.12.2016, Danube University
Multimedia Classics - Hypermedia Hermeneutics:
On the Increasing Loss of Digital Cultural Heritage

Morten Sondergaard (AalborgU / DK)
6. 12. 2016, Danube University
Sound + Art + Archives

Ramón Reichert (Universität Wien / A)
13. 12. 2016, Stift Göttweig, Zentrum für Bildwissenschaften
Analogizität Digitalität Postdigitalität,

Erna Fiorentini (Humboldt Universität zu Berlin / GER)
16.02. 2017, Danube University
Visual Worlds

Donau-Universität Krems, Dr.-Karl-Dorrek-Straße 
30, 3500 Krems / 17.00 18:30, unless otherwise 

Department für Bildwissenschaft: 
Archive of Digital Art 

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