Real Time: Showing Art in the Age of New Media
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Real Time: Showing Art in the Age of New Media
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Package Holiday, Monica Studer/Christoph van den Berg, image courtesy of BALTIC

Date: 24th September | Location: Art and Design and Academy, Liverpool John Moores University

CRUMB, aka The Curatorial Resource for Upstart Media Bliss, have announced a forthcoming conference. ‘Real Time: Showing Art in the Age of New Media’ will see a panel of speakers and workshop leaders – including curators from institutions such as Tate Modern and MOMA New York – tackle how to show  time-based art in the age of web 2.0, social networking and real-time interactivity. The event is part of the Abandon Normal Devices festival.

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