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British Art and New Media

In the past 10 years, Britain has fostered a unique and distinctive set of practices in the field of new media. This conference will look at these diverse characteristics and preoccupations.

From the net to CD-ROMs to mobile technology, British artists have found innovative, provocative and cutting-edge ways to explore themes of popular culture, conceptualism, social interventions, identity formations and networks and modes of distribution. This one-day event explores how to critically engage with new media art.


Steve Dietz | talks
Thomson and Craighead | talks
Geoffrey Batchen | talks
Nick Crowe | talks
Shilpa Gupta | talks
Sarah Cook | talks | www
Charlie Gere | talks | www
Desperate Optomists | talks
Carey Young | talks
Matt Fuller | talks
Lucy Kimball | talks
Julian Stallibrass | talks
Saul Albert | talks | www


Date and Time:

3 April 2004 at 10:00 am


Full Day



Tate Britain
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£25 (£15 concessions) includes reception

Available from:

Joanna Stevenson
Marketing Officer, Education
Tate Britain
020 7887 3969
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Additional Information:

This conference ends at 7:30pm will be followed by drinks at the launch of Carey Young's new installation.

This conference was initiated by The Arts Council, England in association with Tate Britain and Film and Video Umbrella. It coincides with the launch of New Media Art: practice and context 1994-2004, an ACE / Cornerhouse Publication.

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