ISEA 2023

Skills: Research, Workshop

PRE-preliminary Programme

The Third Summit on New Media Art Archiving will take place as part of ISEA2023 at the Forum des Images in Paris, France, from Friday May 19 (afternoon) to Sunday May 21 (morning).

The results of the double blind peer reviewing process for the 3rd SNMAA are now available. The presenters are informed and now it is time to give you an overview of what to expect at the Summit.

15 minute presentations:

  • Manuela Naveau, Irene Posch, Martin Krickl & Sophie Hammer — ARCHIVING THE IN-BETWEEN / ONB-Labs Art Program – Artists engaging with digital collections of the Austrian National Library
  • Wolfgang Strauss & Monika Fleischmann — Exploring the Digital Archive as a Thinking Space – An AI Perspective on Accessibility, Presentation and Representation
  • Erika Fülöp & Dene Grigar — Piloting Shared Born-Digital Archives between the US and Europe
  • Raphael Tsz Kin Chau — From self-documentation to federated querying using Wikibase: a new topology to Media Art Archiving?
  • Ze Gao, Zheng Wang & Xingxing Yang — Immersive Possibilities: Archiving Sound Art of Live Performance in the Context of the Metaverse
  • Dalton Martins & Paula Perissinotto — Publication, dissemination and network collaboration in digital collections’ archive of memory institutions: interoperability among the information networks Wikidata, Wikimedia Commons, Wikipedia and Tainacan free software
  • Tilman Baumgärtel — Presenting “Piazza Virtuale” in five different ways. On using and other media for access to archived media art works and academic research
  • Andrea Sick, Irena Kukric & Marcela Antipán Olate — Imaginaries in Becoming, The Dynamic Archive
  • Jose-Carlos Mariategui — Strategies and Conditions of Video Art Collections in Latin America
  • Delma Rodriguez Morales — Leaving our comfort zone. A proposal to co-create appropriation in Media Art Archives for their sustainable future
  • Alexandre Michaan & Philippe Bettinelli — When interactive artworks act as archives: migrating and documenting Immemory by Chris Marker
  • Myrto Aristidou, Theopisti Stylianou-Lambert, Kleanthis Neokleous & Kyriaki Yiakoupi — The
  • Emerging CYENS ArtTech Archive: Affordances and Opportunities of a R&I Institution as an Arts & Technology Stakeholder

10 minute presentations:

  • Juergen Hagler, Wolfgang Hochleitner, Patrick Proier & Christoph Schaufler — Looking Back on 10 Years of Expanded Animation Symposium: Organizing, Documenting and Archiving Together with Students
  • Cyrus Khalatbari — Method for Design Materialization (MDM) as a new media archiving method for artists, educators and archivists: an introduction
  • Zeynep Abes — The VR Archive Project
  • Amanda Long — Copy-It-Right. The Distribution Religion: The Media Archaeology of the Sandin Image Processor
  • Ethan Gates, David Cirella, Claire Fox & Madeline Smith — Preserving a Hardware-Dependent Digital Artwork: Investigating Disk Imaging and Emulation Strategies
  • Andrea Tešanovi? — Cyberfeminism Index: Noah’s Archive of Cyberfeminist Art and Culture
  • Ze Gao — An Immersive Multi-Screen VR System for Museum Archive Browsing in the age of Metaverse
  • Terry Wong — Global Archiving Network: Case Study on the Summit on New Media Art Archiving
  • Víctor Fancelli Capdevila — Digital strategies as our common challenge: The work of Open Resource Center and AuDA

Archive Presentations (5 min)

  • Narvika Bovcon, Aleš Vaupoti?, Eszter Polonyi & Jaka Železnikar — Sustainable digital preservation of the new media art
  • Terry Wong, Wim van der Plas, Bonnie Mitchell & Janice Searleman — ISEA Symposium Archives: Establishing Worldwide Connections
  • Margit Rosen, Felix Mittelberger, Christian Haardt, Hartmut Joerg, Morgan Stricot, Matthieu
  • Vlaminck & Dorcas Müller — The ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe Archives
  • Andrew Paterson — Archival Reflections on 20 years of Pixelache
  • Fabiana Krepel & Paula Perissinotto — FILE archive in progress
  • Christina Radner — Ars Electronica Archive: current developments and plans
  • Natalia Fuchs — Artypical archive. Art, Science and Technology in post-Soviet perspective
  • Bonnie Mitchell & Janice Searleman — ACM SIGGRAPH History Archive Comes Alive: 50 Years of Innovation, Creativity and Ground-Breaking Achievements
  • Carl Philipp Hoffmann — The Archive of Digital Art in 2023
  • Arie Altena — Activating Archival Research at V2_
  • Valentina Montero & Vanina Yael Hofman — PAM (Plataforma Arte y Medios) – Archiving and Disseminating Media Arts from Latin America
  • Laura Baigorri & Diego Marchante — Connected archives. New archive interfaces from queer and open-source strategies
  • Hiroko Kimura-Myokam — Toshio Iwai Archive and Research

Panels (30 min)

  • Christiane Paul, Alexandra Dementieva, Anna Frants & Natalia Kolodzei — Art Data: New Frontiers. Curating, Preserving and Displaying Digital Based Arts
  • Carl Philipp Hoffmann, Paula Perissinotto, Terry Wong & Bonnie Mitchell — Bridging Knowledge: Connecting New Media Art Archives
  • Violeta Vojvodic Balaz, Eduard Balaz, Wim van der Plas, Terry Wong, Bonnie Mitchell, Janice Searleman & Byeongwon Ha — Summit on New Media Art Archiving: Strategic Planning 2023/24

We are now preparing a structured version of the Preliminary Programme, where we take into account the themes of the presentations, the physical presence of the speakers and if remote, the time zone of the presenter. We will publish the Preliminary Programme here when it is done.

The 3rd SNMAA is being organised by the archivists of ISEA in co-operation with archivists of SIGGRAPH, Ars Electronica, ADA, ZKM, FILE & Memoduct Posthuman archive. The Summit is supported by ISEA2023, ISEA International and the SIGGRAPH Digital Arts Community.