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Collectivity and Revolution

Colectividad y revolución

Desde la izquierda: Elmar Rojas, Roberto Cabrera y Marco Augusto Quiroa, fundadores del Grupo Vértebra, con una de sus esculturas. Foto: Cortesía de Anaite Quiroa
Desde la izquierda: Elmar Rojas, Roberto Cabrera y Marco Augusto Quiroa, fundadores del Grupo Vértebra, con una de sus esculturas. Foto: Cortesía de Anaite Quiroa

Emiliano Valdés traces the development of artists’ collective projects in the politically volatile context of Guatemala, beginning with Galería DS in 1964 and continuing through the subsequent decades to the opening of Gabriel Rodríguez’s S1. More

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Analog to Digital: A Q&A with Guggenheim Conservator Joanna Phillips, Part Two

The Guggenheim's Conservator of Time-Based Media, Joanna Phillips, inspects the modified cathode-ray tube that constitutes Nam June Paik’s TV Crown, 1965 (1998–99 version). Photo: Jeffrey Warda
The Guggenheim's Conservator of Time-Based Media, Joanna Phillips, inspects the modified cathode-ray tube that constitutes Nam June Paik’s TV Crown, 1965 (1998–99 version). Photo: Jeffrey Warda

In part two of our conversation with Joanna Phillips, the Guggenheim’s Conservator of Time-Based Media, she talks about the museum’s Media Conservation Lab and the many challenges posed by rapidly changing technology. More

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What Is “Time-Based Media”?: A Q&A with Guggenheim Conservator Joanna Phillips

The Guggenheim's Conservator of Time-Based Media, Joanna Phillips, gives a presentation in front of Bruce Nauman's 16mm film installation Spinning Spheres (1970). Photo: David Heald © 2013 Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York
The Guggenheim's Conservator of Time-Based Media, Joanna Phillips, gives a presentation in front of Bruce Nauman's 16mm film installation Spinning Spheres (1970). Photo: David Heald © 2013 Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York

In the first installment of our two-part interview with Joanna Phillips, the Guggenheim’s Conservator of Time-Based Media, she discusses the roots of her fascinating, technologically attuned field. More