Posts Tagged: Deena Engel

The Life-Cycle of a Software-Based Work of Art

This week, we have two contributing authors: Mia Matthias and Michelle Liu. Mia Matthias is a Curatorial Fellow at the Museum of Modern Art and the Studio Museum in Harlem. A graduate of New York University with a degree in Anthropology and Linguistics, and a minor in Web Programming and Applications, Mia focuses on the… Read more »

Topics in Time-Based Media Art Conservation: Deena Engel

VoCA NYU Deena Engel

This week’s contributing author, Xin Wang, is a writer and curator based in New York, as well as a first-year PhD student at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Select writing and projects can be found at: https://blancdexin.com/   For the November 14, 2016 installment of the IFA’s Time-Based Media Art Conservation lecture… Read more »

Reading the Art Between the Lines

Eddy Colloton is a second-year graduate student in the Moving Image Archiving and Preservation M.A. program at New York University. He recently completed an internship in the conservation department of the Denver Art Museum, preserving born-digital works from the museum’s design collection.   The design and manufacture of computer hardware and software has consistently looked… Read more »

Reflections on the Smithsonian’s “Conserving Software-Based Artworks” Symposium

Alli Jessing is a Programs Coordinator for the National Portrait Gallery and Smithsonian American Art Museum, working with film and media art. She holds an MFA in Film Studies from Boston University and currently serves as the Principle Investigator for the Smithsonian’s Time-Based Media and Digital Art Working Group.     As artists experiment with… Read more »