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Digital Curation in the Shadow of AI Webinar

April 16 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Christiane Paul is commonly regarded as the world’s foremost digital curator, a claim made all the more persuasive thanks to the increasing relevance of data and artificial intelligence in today’s curatorial practice–topics she has explored in detail.

As Curator of Digital Art at New York’s Whitney Museum, she has commissioned over 100 projects and organized dozens of exhibitions from Madrid to Moscow. The winner of last year’s International Media Art Histories Award and numerous other accolades, she has also taught at The New School, School of Visual Arts, Rhode Island School of Design, and San Francisco Art Institute. The author or editor of eight books, Paul just opened a provocative exhibition on groundbreaking AI artist Harold Cohen.

Perhaps more importantly, Paul’s unparalleled command of the field puts her in a unique position to discern how traditional expectations of authorship, authenticity, copyright, and provenance are buckling under stress from digital disruptions–not just for cultural heritage but for all realms of creative endeavor. This free teleconference will give participants a chance to ask questions about how this rapid evolution may affect their own work.


April 16
4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
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