Time, Place, Platform: An inquiry into the curation of time-based media arts

In my research I am investigating the use of time-based media by artists in the UK from the 1960s to the present day focusing on the exhibitions which laid the foundations for the curation of video-art, digital installations and time-based media.

By establishing the history of exhibitions of this type in the UK, I will be able to analyse the timeline from David Hall’s TV Interruptions in the early 1970’s, to exhibitions curated in the past year such as Philip Jeck’s improvised audio-visual performance at FACT, Liverpool in 2017 and ‘Everything at Once’ at 180 The Strand, London.

This will give me a basis from which to situate myself in the paradigm of the exhibition and preservation of time-based media.

Read more at https://fadmagazine.com/2012/03/15/david-hall-end-piece-at-ambika-p3-private-viewthursday-15th-march-2012/#OilM8XOZrgmFEpkJ.99
David Hall, 101 TV Sets, installation 1972-1975’
VARIOUS_'Everything at once', at 180 The Strand, 5 Oct to 10 Dec, 2017
Installation View ‘Everything at Once’ Lisson Gallery x Vinyl Factory