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项目发布:媒体艺术21——2000年以来全球媒体艺术实践与反思,及其教学探索
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媒体艺术21
——2000年以来全球媒体艺术实践与反思,及其教学探索

 

“媒体艺术21:2000年以来全球媒体艺术实践与反思,及其教学探索”项目由中央美术学院科技艺术研究院发起,即日起正式启动,该项目为期三年。

 

媒体艺术是全球当代艺术实践中不可或缺的组成部分。其以媒介的过去、现在和未来诠释世界之当下。伴随着媒体艺术实践及其在国际艺术展览中占比的日益增长,对其展开批判与学术性反思,同时将这一实践领域纳入到艺术教育的需求也在不断增加。艺术家、学者、策展人和学生能够获得原始资料并进行批判性思考,这对于研究和发展媒体艺术这样一个已经对当代艺术产生显著影响、塑造和促进作用的领域而言至关重要。“媒体艺术21——21世纪的媒体艺术”旨在以全球视野对2000年以来的媒体艺术进行概述来满足这一需求。

 

自千禧年以及互联网2.0的兴起以来,数字内容生产与传播的便捷性对学术探讨、在线出版、数据库以及区域性研究等领域助益匪浅。目前,有必要建立一个多元且共享的平台,以便创建和产出超越自发于地缘板块的批判性对话。此一出版及线上展览项目在“和艺术基金”的支持下,将以中英双语的方式呈现,旨在覆盖全球范围内更广泛的受众群。该项目还希望在其他志同道合的机构资助者的支持下,实现一个西班牙文版本。

 

受2004年和2005年出版的“媒体艺术网络”(Media Art Net)网站之启发(该网站由鲁道夫·弗里林[ Rudolf Frieling ]和迪特·丹尼尔斯[ Dieter Daniels ]代表卡尔斯鲁厄艺术与媒体中心[ ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe ]共同主持),中央美术学院科技艺术研究院由此联合加州大学伯克利分校的伯克利艺术+设计专项计划发起为期三年的全球媒体艺术研究和在线展览系列项目。项目意图再次收集信息、数据、事实和语境,并将对媒体艺术实践中最为关键且紧迫的脉络与趋势进行更清晰的全球性反思及梳理。作为一个数据库驱动的线上平台,项目还将力图采用新颖的界面设计和创意技术,用以满足时基媒体艺术作品在其展示方面的特殊要求,以及不断发展的电子教学诉求,这其中包括如直播讲座、在线访谈和座谈会等流媒体教学模式。

 

三大主题

 

“媒体艺术21”将初步设定三个主题,并考虑到三者间时常相互依存、作用与重叠的情况,提供一套交叉引述的工具,用以强调诸主题的连接性与互为性,同时展望对于各个实践和思考领域的深入探索。“后人类”(Posthuman)、“生态”(Ecologies)、“共同体”(The Commons)的三个工作主题反映了近期艺术实践和理论话语范式的转变,特别是媒体艺术对此的回应。此框架将通过与全球各地合作机构与个人的密切对话来进一步发展,以期实现包容性与协作性,并将瞩目被边缘化以及尚未得到充分代表的媒体艺术理念与实践。本项目将致力于对定义了过去20年的艺术、技术和当代话语的主题展开详尽考察。“媒体艺术21”将参考已建立的媒体艺术形式,并在需要时扩展其领域。为此,该项目将考虑一种基于主题的研究和出版方式,同时提供一个与理解21世纪媒体艺术领域相关的广泛材料基础。

 

“媒体艺术21”计划在2021年至2024年的三年内,借由出版模块和数据库制定一系列模块化主题线索,用以促进交叉链接、对话反馈以及一系列线上展览。

 

项目网址:http://mediaart21.org

 

主办:

中央美术学院

 

合作:

伯克利艺术+设计专项计划,加州大学伯克利分校

 

承办:

中央美术学院科技艺术研究院

 

专项支持:

和艺术基金

 


联合艺术总监:

张尕(ZHANG Ga),教授,中央美术学院科技艺术研究院副院长, 北京

 

鲁道夫·弗里林(Rudolf Frieling),媒体艺术策展人,旧金山现代艺术博物馆,旧金山

 

香农·杰克逊(Shannon Jackson),伯克利艺术+设计专项计划副主管,塞勒斯及米歇尔·哈迪德(Cyrus & Michelle Hadidi)讲席教授,加州大学伯克利分校


执行总监:

王郁洋,副教授,中央美术学院实验艺术学院副院长,北京

 

编委会:

吉赛尔·贝格曼(Giselle Beiguelman),教授,圣保罗大学建筑与城市学院

 

西恩·库比特(Sean Cubitt),教授,墨尔本大学

 

鲁道夫·弗里林(Rudolf Frieling),媒体艺术策展人,旧金山现艺术博物馆,旧金山

 

香农·杰克逊(Shannon Jackson),伯克利艺术与设计专项计划副主管,塞勒斯及米歇尔·哈迪德(Cyrus & Michelle Hadidi)讲席教授,加州大学伯克利分校

 

李素琼(Sook-Kyung Lee),资深策展人,泰特现代艺术馆国际艺术(现代泰特研究中心:跨国),伦敦

 

克里斯·萨尔特(Chris Salter),六角星网络(Hexagram network)联合总监,新媒体、技术与感知研究讲席教授,康考迪亚大学,蒙特利尔

 

张尕(ZHANG Ga),教授,科技艺术研究院副院长,中央美术学院,北京

 

乔安娜·瑞林斯嘉(Joanna Zylinska),教授,媒体、传播和文化研究系,伦敦大学金匠学院

 

媒体联系:

徐昊旻,xuhaomin@cafa.edu.cn

 

 

 


Media Art 21

Practices, Reflections, and Pedagogies of Global Media Art Since 2000

 

The Institute of Sci-Tech Art, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing today announces the kickoff of the three-year research project titled Media Art 21: Practices, Reflections, and Pedagogies of Global Media Art Since 2000.

 

Media art is an essential part of global contemporary art practice. It addresses the world of the present through the media of the past, present, and future. With the increasing artistic production of media art and its growing presence in international art exhibitions comes a growing need for critical and scholarly reflection, as well as for the inclusion of this field of practice in art education. For artists, scholars, curators, and students, access to original materials in conjunction with critical reflection is of prime importance for the study and development of an artistic field that has remarkably influenced, shaped, and stimulated contemporary art. MA21 – Media Art in the 21st century – seeks to address this need through an overview of media art since 2000 from a global perspective.

 

Since the millennium and the rise of Internet 2.0 the ease of production and dissemination of digital content has proven indispensable and beneficial to distinct fields of scholarship, online publications and databases, as well as to regional voices of discourse. Yet the need for establishing both a diverse but also shared platform in order to create and produce a critical dialogue beyond those organically grown ecologies appears to be pressing. This publication and online exhibition project will be bilingual in Chinese and English and aims at reaching a worldwide audience with funding currently provided by the He Foundation. We also wish to implement a Spanish language version through the support of other like-minded institutional funders.

 

Inspired by the sustained success and educational relevance of the website Media Art Net, published in 2004 and 2005 and co-edited by Rudolf Frieling and Dieter Daniels on behalf of ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, the Institute of Sci-Tech Arts of the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) in collaboration with Berkeley Arts + Design Initiative of University of California, Berkeley has therefore conceived Media Art 21: Practices, Reflections and Pedagogies of Media Art Since 2000 as a three-year research and exhibition project. Organized by CAFA and co-directed by ZHANG Ga, Professor and Vice Dean of the Institute of Sci-Tech Arts, CAFA; Rudolf Frieling, Curator of Media Arts, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; and Shannon Jackson, Associate Vice Chancellor of Berkeley Arts + Design and Cyrus and Michelle Hadidi Chair in the Humanities, University of California Berkeley; the project aims once again to gather information, data, facts and contexts but with a much more pronounced global reflection on the most crucial and urgent strands of media art practices. Conceived as a database-driven online platform, the project also seeks to employ an innovative design scheme and robust technologies to address the special requirements of time-based media artworks with regard to their presentation as well as the evolving needs for e-learning, including pedagogical formats such as streaming lectures, interviews and panels.  While the specifics of the content will be developed in the first year of production with the desire to foster a constructive dialogue with partners across the globe, the artistic co-directors have identified three thematic areas as initial priorities.

 

Three Thematic Areas

 

The project will develop three thematic areas while being conscious of the fact that they frequently co-exist, interact, and overlap with each other. We will provide a set of tools for cross-referencing to emphasize this thematic connectivity and reciprocity while foregrounding a deeper exploration of each field of action and thought. Thematically, the working titles of Posthuman, Ecologies and The Commons reflect the shifting paradigm in recent artistic and theoretical discourses and its resonances in media art in particular. This framework will be further developed in close dialogue with partners across the globe with the goal to be inclusive and collaborative as well as to bring to the fore underrepresented visions and practices. Allowing for references to established forms of media art and expanding the fields when needed, we are committed to a thorough investigation of themes in art and technology and contemporary discourses that have defined the last two decades. To that end, we are considering a focus-based approach in terms of addressing and publishing thematic priorities while also providing a broad base of materials relevant to an understanding of the field of media art in the 21st century.

 

Media Art 21 encourages contributions by potential partners (artists, scholars, critics and curators) to participate in all constructive ways to make the project a rich intellectual resource for the study of media art in the new millennium. Media Art 21 will plan a series of modular thematic strands developed with a publishing module and database that will facilitate cross-linking, dialogical feedback, and a series of exhibitions over the course of three years from 2021 to 2024.

 

Project website: http://mediaart21.org

 

Organized by

Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing

 

In collaboration with

Berkeley Arts + Design, University of California, Berkeley

 

Produced by

Institute of Sci-Tech Arts, Central Academy of Fine Arts

 

With support by

HE ART FUND

 

Artistic Directors

ZHANG Ga, Professor and Vice Dean of the Institute of Sci-Tech Arts, Central Academy of Fine Arts

 

Rudolf Frieling, Curator of Media Arts, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

 

Shannon Jackson, Associate Vice Chancellor of Berkeley Arts + Design, Cyrus and Michelle Hadidi Chair in the Humanities, University of California, Berkeley

 

Executive Director

WANG Yuyang, Associate Professor, Vice Dean of the School of Experimental Art, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing

 

Editorial Board

Giselle Beiguelman, Professor, School of Architecture and Urbanism University of São Paulo

 

Sean Cubitt, Professor, University of Melbourne

 

Rudolf Frieling, Curator of Media Arts, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco 

 

Shannon Jackson, Associate Vice Chancellor of Berkeley Arts + Design and Cyrus and Michelle Hadidi Chair in the Humanities, University of California, Berkeley

 

Sook-Kyung Lee, Senior Curator, International Art (Hyundai Tate Research Centre: Transnational) at Tate Modern, London

 

Chris Salter, Codirector of the Hexagram network and University Research Chair in New Media, Technology, and the Senses, Concordia University, Montreal

 

ZHANG Ga, Professor and Vice Dean of the Institute of Sci-Tech Arts, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing

 

Joanna Zylinska, Professor, Department of Media, Communications and Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths, University of London

 

Press contact

XU Haomin, xuhaomin@cafa.edu.cn

 

 

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