Posts Tagged: Nam Jun Paik

It’s About Time! Session 5

VoCA, NYU, TBM, It's About Time

This week’s contributing blogger, Dylan Lorenz, is a recent graduate from the NYU MIAP (Moving Image Archiving and Preservation) program. He has interned at the AFS Archives, NYU Fales Library, Cineric, Inc., as well as with the Simon Preston Gallery. His graduate thesis focused on creating a conservation plan for Amie Siegel’s 2015 multi-component, time-based media installation, Double Negative…. Read more »

The Abandonment of “Artist Intent”

Ellen Moody is an Assistant Projects Conservator at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, where she enjoys working with modern materials and living artists. She holds an MS in Objects Conservation with an additional concentration in Preventive Conservation from the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation.  In his talk “Artist Intentions and… Read more »