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Vince Dziekan: Preview: Programme Architecture

The synthesis of exhibition-based spatial practice and digital mediation is becoming increasingly influential to our understanding of art today. By effectively structuring the form

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through which viewer experience, interpretation and interaction with art is entered into, the exhibition acts as the interface that actively mediates between physical properties and social space, producing protocols for viewing and routines of audience engagement. What my preceding interdisciplinary research has referred to as curatorial design proposes a programme for how aesthetic experience might take shape at the intersection of new technologies and exhibition space.

This short paper will position upcoming research on curatorial design and emerging forms of programme architectures. Titled Edge Blending, this project will investigate how concerns relating to the blending of spatial practice and digital mediation characteristic of new media exhibition extend to the construction of encompassing curatorial programmes. In order to do so, the research (which has been supported by a British Council Design Researcher Award) will focus its study on approaches to structured artistic programming recently implemented at FACT, the Foundation for Art & Creative Technology based in Liverpool. By defining the term programme architecture, this paper aims to draw attention to the interdependence between the character of given creative approach (or programme) and the processes (development, design, evaluation) and systems (institutional, organizational, technological) employed in the realization of exhibition projects.

The transformative impact of digital processes on practices associated with

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production, curation and audience is distinctive of the continued evolution of the media/electronic arts.

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