中文
中文
EN
艺术与科技
时间
2019324日,10:00–13:15
地址
尤伦斯当代艺术中心报告厅

科技正改变着人们欣赏及了解艺术的方式,与此同时也对该生产何种类型的艺术产生了变革性影响。数字时代给人们呈现了全新的艺术形态,也提供了沟通、思考以及文化和社会参与的新路径。在这一时间节点,很难预测未来美术馆迅速变化的形态及需求,包括资金来源,以及展览体验及观众参与将会如何。艺术家、机构、赞助者以及画廊主将如何适应中国以及全球的诸如此类的变化?数码和手工制造的长远关系将是怎样?哪些援助或许会是数字货币?我们还需要等待多久才能欣赏到真正好的VR(虚拟现实)和AR(增强现实)艺术?「北京国际艺术高峰论坛」将汇聚知名及新锐艺术专业人士分享他们的经验及知识,并开启有关科技、艺术以及尚无法想象之物的全新对话。


第一场:「新灵光:艺术与小屏幕」
324日,10:00–11:30
本场对话将围绕着因手机而产生的有关艺术与生活的种种体验,以及这样的新体验究竟会演变出怎样的问题。虚拟生活在如今是不是“真实生活”的组成部分呢?如今艺术仅在电子设备上就可以随时随地体验了,那么美术馆和画廊将如何发展呢?来自世界各地的艺术家和数字技术开发者将着重讨论基于屏幕的生活是如何影响了他们的作品和社群的。

  • Mari Spirito(主持)
    北京国际艺术高峰论坛国际策划

  • Karen Archey
    阿姆斯特丹市立美术馆策展人

  • 曹斐
    艺术家

  • Prodromos Tsiavos
    Onassis文化中心的数字发展主管


    第二场:「前线在线」
    324日,11:45–13:15
    在本场对话中,来自国际和中国的嘉宾将对中国和全球最新的数字技术对文化和艺术所产生的深刻影响做出讨论。艺术家和策展人们将围绕着对等网络、身份的流动性、思维的再现和新模式、艺术在当今的演化等多个议题给予各自的深度分析。在非常依赖关系的艺术领域内,数字时代是如何改变了人际关系?

  • HG Masters(主持)
    《亚太艺术杂志》主编

  • John Gerrard
    艺术家

  • Rebecca Taylor
    FITZ & CO伦敦公司执行副总裁

  • 张庆红
    上海新时线媒体艺术中心创始人

EN
中文
EN
Art & Technology
Time
10:00–13:15, March 24, 2019
Address
Auditorium, UCCA

Technology is changing the way we see and learn about life and art, as well as transforming art itself. The Digital Age is giving us completely new art forms as well as paths for communication, thinking and participation in culture and society. At this point it is hard to predict the rapidly evolving shape and needs of future museums, from their funding sources to what the exhibition experience and audience participation will be. How are artists, institutions, patrons and gallerists adapting to these changes in China and worldwide? What is the long-term relationship between the digital and the handmade? What kind of funding may come from crypto-currency? How long will it be until we see very good art in VR and AR? Beijing Art Summit International brings together high profile and emerging art professionals to share their experience and knowledge and spark new conversations on technology, art and the not-yet-imaginable.


Panel A: New Aura: Art & The Small Screen
10:00–11:30, March 24
This conversation will debate the multiple issues of art and life, being experienced primarily via devices, and what has evolved out of this new experience. Is virtual-life now part of ‘real life’? How will museums and galleries evolve now that art can be experienced on devices, alone, anywhere? Artists and digital developers from across the globe weigh in on how screen-life impacts their communities and artworks.

  • Mari Spirito (Moderator)
    The Curator of Beijing Art Summit

  • Karen Archey
    Curator of Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

  • Cao Fei
    Artist

  • Prodromos Tsiavos
    Head of Digital Development, Onassis Cultural Center, Athens


    Panel B: Front Lines On-Line
    11:45–13:15, March 24
    This conversation will debate the multiple directions and impacts, to date, of digital technology on art and culture, in China and globally — from both international and Chinese perspectives. Artists and curators give in depth reflections on the peer-to-peer culture, fluidity of identity and representation and new modes of thinking and art that are evolving now. In the field of art, where it’s all about relationships, how is the Digital Age shifting personal relationships?

  • HG Masters (Moderator)
    Editor-at-Large of ArtAsiaPacific, Hong Kong

  • John Gerrard
    Artist

  • Rebecca Taylor
    Executive Vice President of FITZ & CO, London

  • Zhang Qinghong
    Founder of Chronus Art Center (CAC), Shanghai