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It’s About Time! Round Table: Consultants on Contract

It’s About Time! Round Table: Consultants on Contract

This week’s contributing blogger, Taylor Healy, is a second-year graduate student at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts Conservation Center. With a background in studio art and a proclivity for technology in the arts, she is pursuing a concentration in time-based media art conservation. VoCA is pleased to present this blog post in conjunction with the… Read more »

Knocking on Mnemosyne’s Door: Part 1

Knocking on Mnemosyne’s Door: Part 1

This week’s contributing author, Marshall Reese, is an artist working in new technologies, video, installations, artists books and limited editions. He has worked in collaboration with Nora Ligorano as LigoranoReese for over two decades. This blog post is part of periodic series from contributor Marshall Reese that focuses on “outsider archivists,” people who highlight the tensions between… Read more »

Technology is Not the Silver Bullet for Museums

Technology is Not the Silver Bullet for Museums

Returning contributing blogger Wided Khadraoui currently works with Art Processors, a experiential design consultancy specializing in museum spaces, in marketing and business strategy. She previously managed a commercial art space for four years. She holds a MSc in Comparative Politics from the London School of Economics, and a MA from Central Saint Martins in Arts… Read more »

Your Work, Your Legacy: A CALL/VoCA Talk at Pratt

Your Work, Your Legacy: A CALL/VoCA Talk at Pratt

This week’s contributing blogger, Emmanuel Castillo, is a second year Masters of Fine Arts candidate at Pratt Institute, who experiments with hybrid mediums as part of his interdisciplinary practice. Currently, Emmanuel is investigating the role of materials in reimagining identity.   The second talk of the 2018 Creating a Living Legacy (CALL)/VoCA Talks season covered… Read more »

CALL/VoCA Talk: A Discussion with Legacy Specialists

CALL/VoCA Talk: A Discussion with Legacy Specialists

This week’s contributing author, Michele Rushfeldt, is a visual artist living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Her three-dimensional work focuses on materials associated with sexuality and kink, and depicts how observations of fringe eroticism feel and look. Originally from Minneapolis, MN, she obtained her BFA in painting from the Academy of Art University in San… Read more »

#WhatsupArgentina Mi Casa Tu Casa

#WhatsupArgentina Mi Casa Tu Casa

This week’s returning writer, Elena Girelli, is project manager at Studio Daniel González, NY & Verona, Italy. She oversees the project planning and development of large-scale public artworks, performances, and shows of the studio. She received a masters degree in arts management at University of Bologna, which was then followed by a four-year term collaboration with… Read more »

It’s About Time! Round Table: Imagined Futures

It’s About Time! Round Table: Imagined Futures

This week’s contributing author, Yiyang Wu, is an M.A. candidate in Museum Studies at New York University. She received a bachelor’s degree in Chinese Painting from China Academy of Art in Hangzhou, China and a master’s degree in Culture, Criticism and Curation from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London, UK. She… Read more »

It’s About Time! Session 1 & Round Table

It’s About Time! Session 1 & Round Table

This week’s contributing writer, Jillian Zhong, is a graduate student at ITP, NYU Tisch and an alumni of NYU Courant. She has worked previously on software-based art conservation projects at the Guggenheim Museum while a computer science student at Courant as well as after graduating. VoCA is pleased to present this blog post in conjunction with the NYU/IFA… Read more »

It’s About Time! Session 5

It’s About Time! Session 5

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 »