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

“Digital art and posterity” symposium - Day 2

Thursday 7th of December 2017, Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art
Entrée 58, rue de Richelieu 75002 Paris

Auditorium

9h15

Welcoming - Opening coffee of the symposium's second day

 

9h30

Introduction: Videos, articles, master thesis: works stemmed from "Digital art and posterity"research programme

Marie Saladin, BnF (France)

 

 

OPERATIONALISATION

 

10h

Talk - The description model applied to digital artorks

Zoé Deurloo-Maka, Université Paris 1 (France)

Camille Garnier, Ina SUP (France)

Laetitia Perez, Université Paris 8 (France)

 

10h30 : Coffee break

 

10h45

Talk - Moment de Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Jean-Louis Boissier, 2000

Jean-Louis Boissier, Université Paris 8 (France)

Adèle Sicre, Labex Arts-H2H (France)

 

11h30

Talk - Living Mona Lisa, Florent Aziosmanoff, 2015

Florent Aziosmanoff, Living Art Lab (France)

Tsovinar Banuchyan, Université Paris 8

 

12h15 : Lunch Break

 

13h30

Talk - Quroum Sensin, Chu-Yin Chen, 2002

Chu-Yin Chen, Université Paris 8 (France)

Céline Thomas, Université Paris 8

 

14h15

Talk - The evolution of the artworks as a way of preservation

Yoichiro Kawaguchi, Université de Tokyo (Japon)

 

15h15 : Coffee break

 

15h30

Table ronde - At this digitalized time, memory/innovation, un conflictual couple?

Christine Buci-Glucksmann, Université Paris 8 (France)

Gérard Chazal, Université de Bourgogne (France)

Moderators :

Florent Aziosmanoff, Living Art Lab (France)

Marie-Hélène Tramus, Université Paris 8 (France)

 

17h

Closing words

Chu-Yin Chen, Université Paris 8 (France)

Louise Fauduet, BnF (France)

A project Labex Arts H2H