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Technology and ‘the death of Art History’
CHArt ANNUAL CONFERENCE

 

 

Wednesday 10 - Thursday 11 November 2010
London, The British Computer Society, First Floor, Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London WC2E 7HA

FINAL PROGRAMME

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WEDNESDAY, 10 NOVEMBER 2010

09.00

Registration (Tea & coffee)

09.30

Welcome & Introduction

09.45

KEYNOTE: Will Vaughan
Looking Backwards, Looking Forwards: Art History, Technology & Change

10.15

Helene Roberts Bursary Awards

SESSION 1: Technology

10.30

Charlotte Frost

Art History is Technology

11.00

Tea & coffee

11.30

Jamie Allen

Real Time Realtime - Time as a Technological Material in Art

12.00

Brett Aggersberg

Virtual Touch- Virtual Reality as Fine Art Space

12.30

Questions & Answers

12.45

Lunch

SESSION 2: Curation

14.00

Almila Akdag Salah

Performing Curatorial Practices in a Social Network Site: The Curators of DeviantArt

14.30

Carl Schmitz

Art Information versus Art Research: Database as Nemesis

15.00

Tracy Piper-Wright

Life after Death – the relevance of digital technologies for entry into the ‘canon’ of temporary, ephemeral and non-gallery sited art works

15.30

Tea & coffee

SESSION 3: Access

16.00

Catherine Larkin

Current Research Methodologies of Scholars in the Visual Arts: This is what I do

16.30

Day 1 closing remarks

17.00

CHArt 25th Anniversary reception at the Theodore Bullfrog Pub, John Adam St

20.00

Day 1 Close

 

THURSDAY, 11 NOVEMBER 2010

SESSION 3: Access (continued)

09.00

Fred Poyner IV

The Digital Image as Janus: Balancing Fair use and Image Licensing for Digitized Art in Museum Collections

09.30

Tamara Ashley and Carla Cesare

Digital Shift: Developing Portfolio: an online journal of emerging research in visual culture in the digital age

10.00

Gill Perry and Linda Wilks

Open Access to Art? The Open Arts Archive: Dissemination and Collaboration

10.30

Hubertus Kohle

Fluid data. Cooperation on the Internet?

11.00

Tea & Coffee

11.30

Panel Session – New paradigms, New Requirements: Re-framing CHArt
Neil Grindley (Chair), Stephen Boyd Davis,  Sarah Cook,  Pip Laurenson

12.30

CHArt AGM
(all delegates are encouraged to participate)

13.00

Lunch

SESSION 4: Dissemination

13.45

Katharina Lorenz and Brett Bligh

Vorsprung durch Technik: Multi-Display Learning Spaces and Art-Historical Method

14.15

Stephen Boyd Davis

Time Machines

14.45

Rod Dioso

Digital Art in the ‘Third World’ Context of the Philippines

15.15

Tea & coffee

15.30

Kasia Molga and Sander Veenhof

Investigating the notion of the Art 2.0

16.00

Stewart Dickson (TBC)

Reports on the Death of Art History are premature and greatly exaggerated

16.30

Marie-Therese Gramstadt

Changing light: a plethora of digital tools as slides gasp their last?

17.00

Conference slideshow & closing remarks

17.05

Close

 

 


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