On Lindsay Howard and Temporary Highs

Posted by | Paris Jomadiao | Posted on | October 12, 2016

This week’s Conversations at the Edge program features Temporary Highs, a research project and series of linked exhibitions by net art curator Lindsay Howard. To accompany the program, we are linking to an interview with Howard published by Observer. In this interview, Howard speaks with writer and curator, Ryan Steadman, about the importance of net art and her projects leading up to the conceptualization of Temporary Highs.

To read the interview, please visit: Curating Internet Art, Online and IRL.

Still from True Life: I'm a Selfie - (Fake True's Negativity Remix) (Petra Cortright, 2013). Image courtesy of the artist.

Still from True Life: I’m a Selfie – (Fake True’s Negativity Remix) (Petra Cortright, 2013). Image courtesy of the artist.

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