Now in the running as one of 73 official candidates in the ENA-Europeana Network Association election to fill 27 open Council Member seats. For more details, see here.
Presentation on the subject of virtual museums on the main stage of the industry conference <MTL> Connect 2021, organized by Les Printemps Numeriques as part of Montreal Digital Week, on 14 October from 12:50-13:20 EST.
Notification of acceptance of our proposal for a co-authored chapter (with Chris Salter) in the edited volume Reinventing Presence: Museums and Emerging Technologies led by CYENS, Centre of Excellence, Cyprus.
Open Access publication of the article ‘From Readership to Usership: Communicating Heritage Digitally through Presence, Embodiment and Aesthetic Experience’ co-authored by Stéphanie Bertrand, Martha Vassiliadi, Paul Zikas, Efstratios Geronikolakis and George Papagiannakis in the journal: Frontiers in Communication, section Culture and Communication. https://doi.org/10.3389/fcomm.2021.676446
Full-page interview as part of The Art Newspaper Greece’s dossier on foreign art professionals living in Greece, as part of its June-July 2021 issue ‘Greek Culture Forward’.
Public talk as part of the 3rd event of the 3-part online series SUR_EXPOSITION organized by UQAC – École NAD, Laboratoire MIMESIS and Hexagram Network on 10 June, 2021, exploring different “modalities of artistic creation, dissemination, and mediation through the new virtual and immersive spaces”. The public event was broadcasted live on Hexagram’s Youtube channel.… Continue reading SUR_EXPOSITION: Dissemination or creation?
Presentation of the paper ‘Curating networked objects: the mediation of contemporary art digitizations online’ at the RISE IMET International Conference on Emerging Technologies and the Digital Transformation of Museums and Heritage Site on 3 June 2021 at 12:15 CEST. The conference’s full program, including keynotes by Sarah Kenderdine and Nancy Proctor, is available here.
Guest lecture ‘Curatorial Effects: The Impact of Exhibition Practices on Artistic Reference and Public Reception’ presented as part of the Interuniversity PhD Program in Art History’s Speaker Series (April 22 at 12 noon EDT). The talk will take place on Zoom and is opened to the public.
Press article ‘2 Concordia postdoctoral researchers receive Marie Skłodowska-Curie global fellowships‘ published by Concordia University on 16 February, 2021, to announce and promote UVIMCA.