FACTORS 7.0: Curatorship and Online Exhibition Strategy

Keywords: Contemporary art, Art-science-technology, Curatorship, Online exhibition

Abstract

The Festival of Art, Science and Technology updates its curatorship and its exhibition project for the seventh edition, this time online. In view of the pandemic caused by Covid-19, artistic exhibitions are being adapted or even innovated in different programs, applications and platforms to be made available on network. In the case of works of art and digital technology there is a complicating element, interaction. In view of the limitations of the exhibition of interactive works in loco this year, it is proposed to think of the space-time distance as an online exhibition strategy. Both to discuss and design an exhibition that meets the specifics of FACTORS and the demands of the networks, as well as to question and propose ways of showing the Festival, resized to the public as an event, more instigating and complex in the context of culture.

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Author Biography

Nara Cristina Santos

Nara Cristina Santos possui Pós-doutorado em Artes Visuais/UFRJ. Doutora em Artes Visuais/UFRGS com estágio na Paris VIII/França. Professora do DART/UFSM desde 1993, atua na Graduação e Pós-Graduação das Artes Visuais/PPGART. Pesquisadora em História, Teoria, Crítica e Curadoria, com projetos transdisciplinares em Arte-Ciência-Tecnologia. Coordena o LABART www.ufsm.br/labart e lidera o grupo de pesquisa Arte e Tecnologia/CNPq. Organizadora e curadora do Festival Arte Ciência e Tecnologia/FACTORS. Tem convênios, projetos e publicações no Brasil e Exterior. Consultora da CAPES para área de Artes. Membro do Comitê Brasileiro de História da Arte (CBHA) e da Associação Nacional de Pesquisadores em Artes Plásticas (ANPAP), que presidiu no biênio 2015-2016.

Published
2020-10-19
How to Cite
Santos, N. C. . (2020). FACTORS 7.0: Curatorship and Online Exhibition Strategy. DAT Journal, 5(3), 96-112. https://doi.org/10.29147/dat.v5i3.242
Section
Curatorship, exhibition design and museum