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Breakdown of new media behaviours and examples of what they contain. Diagram by Jon Ippolito (Ippolito 2004)

Breakdown of new media behaviours and examples of what they contain. Diagram by Jon Ippolito (Ippolito 2004)

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While interactive new media art continues to be an interest to artists, its integration within institutional contexts remains inconsistent at best. A literature and artist and curator perspective survey showed that the field has a lack of understanding of both the theoretical nature of interactive new media art and its specific needs at the install...

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... are a few examples of where exhibition design and curation intersect. Through the behaviours suggested by Ippolito (see Figure 3), it becomes easier to determine not only the best way to curate an object but also how to present it in the future as well as preserve it. Since the questionnaire attempts to discover the intentions of the artist regarding their work, it becomes easier to determine how best to emulate, replace, duplicate, or modify a work long after the artist has passed away and retain the essence of the work in question. ...
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... the case study work done in conjunction with this project, it became evident that some friction still exists in terms of cooperation between departments. One notable example comes from invigilation teams, where, according to Visitor Services and Engagement Mediator at FACT Jon Couch, "departments that have a role more separate from ours tend to be more collaborative, whereas the programme team generally views us a subordinates" (See Appendix 3). Inversely, at Laboratorio Arte Alameda, technical and installation issues required the latestage movement of one artwork to a different space, as the projectors available were not potent enough for the desired location. ...