Panel at the Getty: What’s the Matter? Media, Materiality, and Meaning

August 16, 2017

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“What’s the Matter? Media, Materiality, and Meaning in Film and Video Installations” combines scholarly, curatorial, conservation and artistic perspectives to debate the issues arising from display, maintenance and archiving of media artworks in a broader sense, and film, video, and multimedia installations specifically. The event will interest everyone practically and theoretically engaged in the institutional and non-institutional lives of media artworks, histories of display, processes of musalisation and conservation, and the questions of intentionality and archive.

Presentations by Glenn Phillips, Jennifer West, Mark Gilberg, and Hanna Hölling will be followed by a panel discussion with Q&A open to the public. The panel will be followed by a reception.

Join us on Tuesday, August 22, 2017, from 4 pm – 6 pm at the Museum Lecture Hall

Free | Advance ticket required

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Organized with kind support of the Getty Conservation Institute and the Getty Research Institute.

Installation view of Jennifer West: Film is Dead…, at the Seattle Art Museum, 2016. Photo: Mark Woods. Seattle Art Museum