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Prado, Gilbertto, 2000/2014, Desertesejo, Mexico City. The label introduces some aspects of the versioned labels suggested by Jon Ippolito, in this case variable dates and development teams (2008) Photo by Rene G. Cepeda

Prado, Gilbertto, 2000/2014, Desertesejo, Mexico City. The label introduces some aspects of the versioned labels suggested by Jon Ippolito, in this case variable dates and development teams (2008) Photo by Rene G. Cepeda

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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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... this way, while the event is long gone, it is still possible to learn from previous exhibitions. Photo: Rene G. Cepeda ........................................ 37 Figure 5: Prado, Gilbertto, 2000Gilbertto, /2014, Desertesejo, Mexico City. The label introduces some aspects of the versioned labels suggested by Jon Ippolito, in this case variable dates and development teams (2008 ...
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... space adhered to white cube standards with white walls, minimal labelling, and almost no interpretation either through wall text, brochure, catalogue, or assistants (See Figure 5). While this minimalist approach is often found in commercial galleries, it can do a disservice to exhibitions, particularly those with new media art, where it is often required to not only explain the operation of works but also to help the public interpret works whose aesthetics are often not immediately apparent (Kwastek, 2013, pp.94, 144, 171). ...