We're happily anticipating this Northern California event, and hope you can 
join us:

Can the 'Curatorial' extend to the Digital Space?
Friday October 5, 2018
3:00 - 5:00 pm @ SFMOMA *

The relationship between art and the world is usually experienced and 
interpreted in person within the physical walls of a gallery, the curatorial 
movement has sought to extend the physical boundaries and include associated 
community orientated activities. Can this extension be applied to the Digital, 
and what form should it take?

Please join us at SFMOMA for a presentation and discussion of ResearchSpace led 
by Dominic Oldman and Diana Tanase of the British Museum.

Dominic and Diana will discuss their work to develop ResearchSpace as a new 
type of digital system, one concerned with presenting the knowledge systems of 
art creators, curators and those who interact with it to provide a digital 
curatorial experience capable of expressing human interpretations from 
different perspectives in a computer readable form that can be integrated into 
wider information infrastructures.

Check out a fuller description of their presentation here: 

ResearchSpace is a project supported by the Andrew W. Mellon foundation, with 
the objective of providing an interdisciplinary and long term knowledge based 
approach to digital systems. It uses Semantic Web technologies and an 
ontological framework as a basis for capturing epistemological activities.


Please drop a line to collecti...@sfmoma.org to let us know you're coming.

* The event will be in our Koret Education Center.  It's located on the second 
floor of the museum.  Enter via the museum's Third Street entrance.  Walk up 
the atrium stairs to the second floor.

Layna White
Head of Collections Information and Access

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Visit Ren? Magritte: The Fifth Season
May 19 - October 28, 2018
Tickets available at SFMOMA.org
151 Third Street | San Francisco, CA 94103
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