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'''UNLIMITED EDITIONS''' (TENTative title)<br>
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'''UNLIMITED EDITIONS'''<br>
<blockquote>''Public discussion about personal collecting and media archiving''<br>
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<blockquote>''A public discussion on personal collecting and media archiving''<br>
 
5 July 2012, 2 PM, TENT</blockquote>
 
5 July 2012, 2 PM, TENT</blockquote>
  
Monoskop Library is a new public resource for history of media culture. The online archive includes experimental films, video art, electroacoustic music, computer art, graphics, prints, as well as numerous publications covering media arts and culture from their pre-history up until the last decade. It primarily focuses on the works, which – despite their historical significance – are not part of the art historical canon, many being destined to be kept out of wide reach for years to come. The public launch of [[User:Dusan_Barok/Monoskop_library|Monoskop library]] will be followed by discussion about personal collecting, media archiving, and collaborative production of art history, together with invited guests Annet Dekker, Darko Fritz, [[Factory_Reset#Tutor|Florian Cramer]], and Sandra Fauconnier.
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Monoskop Library is a new public resource for history of media culture. The online archive includes experimental films, video art, electroacoustic music, computer art, graphics, prints, as well as numerous publications covering media arts and culture from their pre-history up until the last decade. It primarily focuses on the works, which – despite their historical significance – are not appropriately represented in the canon of art history, and seemed destined to remain out of sight for many years to come. The public launch of [[User:Dusan_Barok/Monoskop_library|Monoskop library]] will be followed by a discussion on personal collecting, media archiving, and collaborative production of art history, together with invited guests Annet Dekker, Darko Fritz, [[Factory_Reset#Tutor|Florian Cramer]], and Sandra Fauconnier.
  
 
Facilitated by [[User:Dusan Barok]], with the support from the [[Staff|Piet Zwart Institute]] and [http://tentrotterdam.nl TENT].
 
Facilitated by [[User:Dusan Barok]], with the support from the [[Staff|Piet Zwart Institute]] and [http://tentrotterdam.nl TENT].
  
  EVERYONE IS AN INVITED ARTIST!
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  BE INVITED EVERYONE!  
  
 
http://monoskop.org/Symposium
 
http://monoskop.org/Symposium

Latest revision as of 19:46, 13 June 2012

UNLIMITED EDITIONS

A public discussion on personal collecting and media archiving
5 July 2012, 2 PM, TENT

Monoskop Library is a new public resource for history of media culture. The online archive includes experimental films, video art, electroacoustic music, computer art, graphics, prints, as well as numerous publications covering media arts and culture from their pre-history up until the last decade. It primarily focuses on the works, which – despite their historical significance – are not appropriately represented in the canon of art history, and seemed destined to remain out of sight for many years to come. The public launch of Monoskop library will be followed by a discussion on personal collecting, media archiving, and collaborative production of art history, together with invited guests Annet Dekker, Darko Fritz, Florian Cramer, and Sandra Fauconnier.

Facilitated by User:Dusan Barok, with the support from the Piet Zwart Institute and TENT.

BE INVITED EVERYONE! 

http://monoskop.org/Symposium