Digital Art and Public Space: Expanding Definitions of Public Art

Saturday and Sunday April 26-27, 2003
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DAY ONE Saturday April 26, 2003
Photonics Center, Boston University
8:30-9:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00-9:15 Welcome - Statement of Goals George Fifield - Boston Cyberarts Festival
Ricardo Barreto - UrbanArts Institute
Brian Wallace - Conference Chair
9:15-10:00 Learning to Love You Better Miranda July and Harrell Fletcher - Artists,
Portland OR and San Francisco CA
10:00-12:00 Towards a History of Digital Public Art Kathy Brew - Curator/Independent Media Producer
Barbara London - Museum of Modern Art
Jill Manton - San Francisco Arts Commission
John Simon - Artist, New York NY
12:00-12:10 Introduction to BU Projects Laura Giannitrapani - Boston University
12:10-2:00 Lunch / Concurrent tours of BU projects Laura Giannitrapani - Boston University
Ilona Lappo - Boston University
2:00-4:00 Politics and Erotics of Digital Public Art Katrien Jacobs - Emerson College
Emil Hrvatin - Artist, Slovenia
Berkan Karpat - Artist, Germany
Ricardo Dominguez - Artist, New York, NY
4:00-5:00 Four Artists and Their Work Bruce Hanson/projectorguy - Artist, Seattle WA
ISPACE Design Collaborative - Artists, Boston MA
Nature Inquiry Group - Artists, Boston MA
 5:00-6:00 Reception


DAY TWO Sunday, April 27, 2003
Arthur M. Sackler Museum Auditorium, Harvard University Art Museums
10:00-10:15 Registration
10:15-12:15 The Pedestrian Experience: artists exploring street culture and the everyday Carol Stakenas - Creative Time
Paul Kaiser - Artist, New York NY
Liz Canner & John Ewing- Artists, Boston MA
Dont Rhine - Artist, Los Angeles
12:30-1:00 Lunch
1:30-3:00 Keynote Address Christiane Paul,
Adjunct Curator of New Media Arts, Whitney Museum of American Art
Nicholas Capasso, Respondent/Moderator,
DeCordova Museum, Lincoln MA
3:00-5:00 Please join Surveillance Camera Players for a walk/performance in the surrounding Cambridge neighborhood


The Digital Art and Public Space conference is organized by Boston Cyberarts and Urban Arts at the Massachusetts College of Art with the help of Boston University and Harvard University Art Museums. This event is funded by the LEF Foundation with additional support from The New England Foundation for the Arts the Goethe Institut in Boston, the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the Boston Cultural Council, a municipal agency supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency

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The 2003 Boston Cyberarts Festival is an international biennial festival at museums, galleries, theaters, educational institutions, and public spaces in and around Boston from April 26 to May 11, 2003, and on the Festival's website, www.bostoncyberarts.org