Archived Webcasts:

TECHNOCULTURES: THE HISTORY OF DIGITAL ART–A CONVERSATION 2009

The MFA Computer Art Department at the School of Visual Arts (SVA) presented Technocultures: The History of Digital Art–A Conversation, on March 6 2009. The panel featured influential historical practitioners and researchers on digital art. Department Chair Bruce Wands moderated. The panel traced the history of digital art through vignettes and personal anecdotes of four pioneers: Kenneth Knowlton, Margot Lovejoy, Kenneth Snelson and Lillian Schwartz. They were joined by Jeremy Gardiner and Nick Lambert, who are working with Birkbeck College, University of London, and the Victoria and Albert Museum on a project called Technocultures.

Part 1 of the Technocultures panel.
Includes the introduction by Bruce Wands, Jeremy Gardiner and Nick Lambert.

Part 2 of the Technocultures panel.
Includes the personal histories of Kenneth Knowlton, Margot Lovejoy, Kenneth Snelson and Lillian Schwartz.

Part 3 of the Technocultures panel.
Includes the question and answer portion of the panel.


Tuesday & Wednesday, April 22 & 23, 2003

Digital Art and Culture Symposium: An in-depth exploration of digital art practice today. Panel discussions on media art look at the role of artists as programmers, new uses of space, theory of aesthetics, narrative and sound.
Location: http://www.nydigitalsalon.org/10/symposium.php?nav=symposium

Monday, November 11, 2002

Internet Broadcast Panel Discussion: John Klima and Perry Hoberman
Two actively working new media artists, John Klima and Perry Hoberman, present their artwork and their professional experiences.
Location: http://www.nydigitalsalon.org/netcast/archive_111102.htm

Thursday, September 6, 2001

The Visual Arts Foundation and The Corning Gallery Host
the NEW YORK DIGITAL SALON: Selected Works
Lecture by Bruce Wands and selected artists: Victor Acevedo, Maureen Nappi, Barbara Nessim and Xavier Roca
Location: http://www.nydigitalsalon.org/netcast/archive_0906.htm

Monday, April 30, 2001

Internet Broadcast Panel Discussion: The Challenge: Presenting Digital Art
Representatives from Museums and Galleries devoted exclusively to presenting digital art will discuss what works, and what they have planned for the future.
Location: http://www.nydigitalsalon.org/netcast/archive_0430.htm

Monday, March 19, 2001

Internet Broadcast Panel Discussion: On All the Time: weliveinpublic.com and the Warhol Hijack
Panelists: Josh Harris of (weliveinpublic.com) and Jennifer Crowe (new media curator for rhizome.org), with G.H. Hovagimyan and the Warhol Hijack artists will talk about living and performing in front of 24 web cams for internet voyeurs.
Location: http://www.nydigitalsalon.org/netcast/archive_0319.htm

Monday, February 26, 2001

Internet Broadcast Panel Discussion: Digital Salon Highlights
Panelists: Victor Acevedo, Kathy Brew, G.H. Hovagimyan, and Jack Ox
Discuss the past, present, and future of digital art.
Location: http://www.nydigitalsalon.org/netcast/archive_0226.htm