BARRECCA, L. The International Debate around Conservation and Documentation of New Media Art 1995-2007, 2008

Posted on Tue, 10/28/2008 - 14:28

PhD thesis by Laura Barrecca

Laura Barrecca (University of Tuscia, Viterbom, Italy) has recently finished her PhD on the subject of preservation strategies for new media art carried out by international museums and institutions. (see the list below). The PhD was under tutorship of Rudolph Frieling, Curator of New Media Department at SFMoMA and Raphaele Shirley, Digital and New Media Specialist, New York. Most of the interviews carried out are in English, the rest are in Italian.

Professionals interviewed as part of this PhD
1. Barbara London, MoMA, NY
2. Dieter Daniels, Boltzmann Institute, Linz
3. Alex Adriaansens, V_2, Rotterdam
4. Amanda Mc Donald Crowley, Eybeam, NY
5. Lory Zippay, Electronic Art Intermix, NY
6. Berta Sichel, Reina Sofia, Madrid
7. Kelli Dipple, Tate, Londra
8. Rudolf Frieling, SFMoMA, San Francisco
9. Carol Stringari, Guggenheim Museum, NY
10. Elena Volpato, GAM, Torino
11. Mario Gorni, Careof, Milano
12. Alessandra Barbuto, MAXXI
13. Julia Draganovic, PAN|Palazzo Arti Napoli
14. Marina Pugliese, Civiche Raccolte, Milano

See the PDF here for an abstract in English. For a full version in PDF in Italian see this link below:

The International Debate around Conservation and Documentation of New Media Art

Please note:This thesis is in Italian, however some parts including an artist interview with Rafael Lozano-Hemmer and some of the above professionals are in English.


Contact
Laura Barreca, PhD, University of Tuscia, Viterbo
laurabarreca@hotmail.com