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Online documentary collections and resources for recorded audience experience



© DOCAM 2010

Day 1, Session 4

Rolf Wolfensberger (Museum of Communication, Berne)

 

The recently started series of online documentary collections on the website of the Daniel Langlois Foundation presents a growing number of case studies with an accent on interactive and participative media art installations. The project is unique as it has brought together research studies with a systemic approach and a focus on the lived experience of the audience. Based on my contribution to the project (documentary collection on Paul Sermon’s Telematic Vision) I will put up for discussion the structure and goals of the collections, remaining methodological questions and future perspectives.

 

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Rolf Wolfensberger is a curator for photography, film and video and conservator for electronic media artworks at the Museum of Communication in Berne, Switzerland. PhD in Social History and Historical Anthropology/MA in MediaArtHistory. Ongoing research project on documenting audience experience of participative media artworks.

 

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Paul Sermon, Telematic Vision (1993-) : Documentary collection