New article by Sylvie Lacerte:
“9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering– 10 Performances that Bemused the New York Art World”, in Histories of the Post-Digital (ed. Ekmel Ertan), Amber Platform/Akbank Sanat, Istanbul, 2016, pp. 11–29. En anglais et en turc.
To know more aboute Sylvie Lacerte :
Sylvie Lacerte is an independent scholar and curator. She holds an M.A. in Museum Studies from New York University and a PhD in Art Theory and Practices from Université du Québec à Montréal. Her doctoral dissertation delved into the mediation of contemporary art, and was published in 2007 (out of print).
Sylvie Lacerte is also interested in the museum’s future as an institution of knowledge as well as in the artist’s working processes. She has published essays and articles on these subjects. Parallel to her PhD studies, Sylvie Lacerte undertook a major research project on the history of Experiments in Art and Technology (2001), which led her to publish articles on O.L.A.T.S. (2002), as well as to deliver a lecture on the 9 Evenings at the Centre George Pompidou in Paris (2003), a talk on EAT and the 9 Evenings at the RE-FRESH Conference in Banff (2005), later published in the anthology Artist as Inventors/Inventors as Artists (Hatje Cantz, 2008). In the winter of 2015 Dr. Lacerte gave a talk on EAT at the Akbank Sanat Museum in Istanbul.
She was artistic director of the magazine Spirale, from January 2010 to June 2014.
Her last two publications were issued in January and February 2016:—“The Soundscapes in Vera Frenkel’s Itinerary”, in n.paradoxa – international feminist art journal, Volume 37, 2016, London, UK. Pp. 48-54.http://www.ktpress.co.uk/nparadoxa-volume-details.asp?volumeid=37—“9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering – 10 Performance That Bemused the New York Art World” in Histories of the Post-Digital, Amber Platform / Akbank Sanat, Istanbul, 2016, pp (ed Ekmel Ertan.). 11–29. English and Turkish.http://www.akbanksanat.com/en/iletisimhttp://www.akbanksanat.com/en/detay/10-01-2015/sylvie-lacerte
She is public art Advisor, since April 2016, for a term of one year for the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.