John Bell to present 3rd-generation VMQ at ISEA 2010

Ruhr 2010 LogoForging the Future’s latest tool for rescuing digital art from the ravages of technical obsolescence will be demo’d to European audiences for the first time when Still Water Senior Researcher John Bell presents at ISEA 2010 in Germany this August.

Still Accessible? Rethinking the Preservation of Media Art I

10:00–12:30h

Hosted by imai–inter media art institute, Düsseldorf

This panel assembles experts concerned with the complex issue of conservation and restoration of media art installations, who will present their recent research on restoration practices.

Renate Buschmann (de): Welcome and Introduction

Rudolf Frieling (de/us): Between Remake and Reperformance. Emerging Narratives in Media Art

John Bell (us): Archiving Experience. The Third Generation Variable Media Questionnaire

Rony Vissers, Gaby Wijers (nl): Obsolete Equipment. The Preservation of Playback and Display Equipment for Audiovisual Arts

Tiziana Caianiello, Julia Giebeler (de): Conserving Interactivity. imai Case Study on Bill Seaman’s “Exchange Fields”

http://isea2010ruhr.org/conference/tuesday-24-august-2010-dortmund#preservationof1

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