The curator of 24/7: A Wake-Up Call for Our Non-Stop World, Sarah Cook, is a professor of museum studies at the University of Glasgow. She co-authored, with Beryl Graham, the insightful book Rethinking Curating: Art After New Media (2010) and has curated more than a dozen exhibitions with an emphasis on new media art, including The Gig Is Up (2016) at V2_Institute for the Unstable Media in Rotterdam; Not even the sky: Thomson & Craighead (2013) for MEWO Kunsthalle in Memmingen, Germany; Biomediations (2013) for Transitio_MX_05, the festival of electronic arts and video in Mexico City; and Untethered (2008) for Eyebeam in New York City....
Exhibition Review: 24/7: A Wake-Up Call for Our Non-Stop World
Ger Zielinski received his PhD from McGill University. He lectures and writes on new media art and film, and is recipient of a two-year SSHRC Insight Development Grant for his research project on streaming cultures and online film festivals.12
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Ger Zielinski; Exhibition Review: 24/7: A Wake-Up Call for Our Non-Stop World. Afterimage 1 September 2020; 47 (3): 107–111. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/aft.2020.473009
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