Interview with Christiane Paul

Curator and academic Christiane Paul sat down with CATE Program Assistant George William Price to discuss her research and curatorial practice centered around New Media.  Paul presented a multimedia talk “Genealogies of the New Aesthetic” at CATE on March 27, 2014.   Christiane Paul (b. 1961, Attendorn, Germany) is Associate Professor at the School of Media Studies, […]

April 3 – Sven Augustijnen: Spectres

Thursday, April 3 | Sven Augustijnen in person! Confronting the authorized version of an atrocity committed during the early days of post-colonial African rule, Sven Augustijnen’s Spectres (2011) focuses a critical eye on the official account of the murder of Patrice Lumumba, the Congo’s first elected Prime Minister. The film begins a half-century later as the filmmaker sets off in […]

March 27 – Christiane Paul: Genealogies of the New Aesthetic

Thursday, March 27, 6 p.m. | Christiane Paul in person! Curator and scholar Christiane Paul presents a multimedia talk on the“Genealogies of the New Aesthetic.” Identified as such by the British artist and programmer James Bridle, the New Aesthetic began as a Tumblr devoted to new modes of technologically enabled imaging and exploded into a meme dissected by critics from Wired, […]