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December 12, 2013  |  Learning and Engagement
Catalysts: Exploring Multimedia Art Online @ MoMA
Doug Aitken. sleepwalkers. 2007. Installation view, The Museum of Modern Art, January 16–February 12, 2007

Doug Aitken. sleepwalkers. 2007. Installation view, The Museum of Modern Art, January 16–February 12, 2007

This past fall, MoMA Courses Online launched Catalysts: Artists Creating with Video, Sound, and Time, a six-week survey of performance, video, and sound art created since 1960. As MoMA’s 12-month Digital Learning intern, I facilitated the production and monitored the progress of online courses, in addition to troubleshooting digital and technical issues. Read more

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November 25, 2013  |  Artists, Collection & Exhibitions
Behind the Screens:
Installing Isaac Julien’s Ten Thousand Waves
Installation view of Isaac Julien: Ten Thousand Waves at The Museum of Modern Art. Photo: Jonathan Muzikar

Installation view of Isaac Julien: Ten Thousand Waves at The Museum of Modern Art. Photo: Jonathan Muzikar

Isaac Julien (British, b. 1960) is one of the most innovative artists working at the intersection of media art and cinema today. With his vivid multi-screen works—fractured narratives that fuse breathtaking images with immersive sonic elements—Julien is internationally regarded as a key figure in the vitalization of the gallery space through new exhibition strategies of time-based art. Read more

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September 23, 2013  |  Events & Programs, Learning and Engagement
The Real History of Multimedia
Homage to New York: a Self-Constructing & Self-Destroying Work of Art Conceived and Built by Jean Tinguely. Exhibition Date: March 17, 1960. Photographer: David Gahr

Homage to New York: a Self-Constructing and Self-Destroying Work of Art Conceived and Built by Jean Tinguely. The Museum of Modern Art, March 17, 1960. Photo: David Gahr

I began my scholarly work on the history of multimedia when I discovered, much to my surprise and dismay, that most people thought it all started in the 1980s with the personal computer and the CD-ROM. Read more