Digital Art and Culture Symposium

MoMA April 22–23, 2003
  • The Museum of Modern Art

Organized by the New York Digital Salon on its 10th anniversary, in association with the Department of Film and Media, The Museum of Modern Art, this symposium explores digital art practices today. Panel discussions on media art look at theory and aesthetics, narrative, sound, the role of artists as programmers, and new uses of space.

Organized by Bruce Wands, Director, and Renee Schacht, Assistant Director, New York Digital Salon; and Barbara London, Associate Curator, and Laurence Kardish, Senior Curator, Department of Film and Media, The Museum of Modern Art.

This program is supported by the Rockefeller Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts, the School of Visual Arts, and the World Financial Center Arts and Events Program.

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