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Teleconference: Digital Curation in the Shadow of AI: Christine Paul: Whitney Museum Curator of Digital Art

April 16 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Join UMaine Digital Curation for a conversation with Christiane Paul, a trailblazer in the field who will review how practices of creating, collecting, and exhibiting have transformed in response to the latest tech trends, particularly the rise of generative AI.

For over two decades Paul has brought digital art to mainstream museums, from her 2001 exhibition “Data Dynamics” to her just-opened show on groundbreaking artist Harold Cohen, which the New York Times’ Critic’s Pick extols as “AI art that’s more than a gimmick.”

As Curator of Digital Art at New York’s Whitney Museum, she has commissioned over 100 projects and organized dozens of exhibitions from Madrid to Moscow. Meanwhile, Paul’s numerous books and exhibitions have made clear the critical role artists have played in integrating new technologies into mainstream practices–for example, Manfred Mohr’s and Harold Cohen’s investigations of generative code and artificial intelligence in the 1960s.


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April 16
4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
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