Encouraging associations across periods, geographies, and mediums, this section draws together diverse contents from post. View all Themes
Neal takes an interdisciplinary approach to humanistic scholarship that is informed by art history, cultural studies, digital technology and sociology.
I am interested particularly in Fluxus performance scores, such as those by George Brecht and Benjamin Patterson.
Has there been discussion on how to digitize archival materials from the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection for public use?
How can MoMA enable these performances to be revived from the analog back into contemporary digital culture through online access, reuse and sharing via social media? What are the possibilities for online transcription of Fluxus scores and archival materials? DIY | History/ Transcribe from University of Iowa Libraries
Are distinctions as "organic" and "artificial" that may impact the ordering of physical archival collections, resonant once assets are digitized? Jon Hendriks post of February 15th seems to challenge these notions further.
How can the essential dynamism of Fluxus works be made manifest in the acts of processing of these collections for the public good online? Has the archival staff considered live streaming the cataloging process, holding open workshops online or tweeting images and links of ongoing research?
Has there been discussion on how to digitize archival materials from the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection for public...