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Digital art and posterity project
Modelizing digital artworks and their reading device

“Digital art and posterity” symposium - Day 1

Wednesday 6th of December 2017

Bibliothèque nationale de France,

Site François-Mitterrand, Entrée Hall Est

Room 70

 

DIGITAL ARTWORKS AND RECONSTITUTIONS OF AUTOMATON "WONDERS" OF THE ANCIENT GREECE WILL BE EXHIBITED IN PARALLEL TO THE SYMPOSIUM. Bibliothèque nationale de France, Salle des Commissions

 

9h15

Welcoming - Symposium’s opening coffee

 

9h30

Welcoming word and introduction to the symposium

Arnaud Regnauld, Vice-président de la Commission de la recherche de l’Université Paris 8 (France)

Pascale Issartel, Directrice du département de l'Audiovisuel, BnF (France)

 

 

ISSUES AND PRINCIPLES

 

10h

Talk - Getting out of time: reconstitution of ancient automaton from written sources

Kostas Kotsanas, Museum of Ancient Greece Technology (Greece)

 

11h : Coffee break

 

11h15

Round table - Preservation of digital artworks: various international strategies

Jean Gagnon, Studio Rafael Lozano-Hemmer (Canada)

Louise Lawson, Tate (UK)

Manuela Naveau, Ars Electronica Linz (Austria)

Morgane Stricot, ZKM (Germany)

 

12h45 : Lunch Break

 

14h15 : Welcoming coffee

 

 

MODELS

 

14h30

Talk - The description Model of the digital artworls stemmed from "Digital art and posterity" research programme

Louise Fauduet, BnF (France)

Nola N’Diaye, INHA (France)

Céline Thomas, Université Paris 8 (France

 

15h15

Talk - SPAR et the BnF's general catalog for digital artworks' preservation and evolutions suggested by the "Digital art and posterity" research programme

Bertrand Caron, BnF (France)

Marie-Pierre Bodez, BnF (France)

Marijke Michielin, École pratique des hautes études; BnF (France)

Gabrielle de Saint-Léger, École nationale des chartes (France)

 

16h : Coffee break

 

 

COMMON SESSION - PETIT AUDITORIUM

 

16h45

Talk - Giving access to digital art: the patrimonial missons of the Bibliothèque nationale de France, an ecosystem

Marie Saladin, Chargée de collection, BnF (France)

 

17h15

Table ronde - Reconstituting digital artworks: a challenge to take up for the artist, the researcher, the critic, the engineer, the curator and the conservator

Philippe Bootz, Université Paris 8 (France)

Jean-Philippe Humblot, BnF (France)

Laurent Mignonneau, Université d’art et de design Linz (Austria)

Jean-Luc Soret, Maison Européenne de la Photographie (France)

 

 

A project Labex Arts H2H