What do galleries do to the moving image? In what contexts should history locate the moving image in art? What is the status of cinema in the light of gallery film/video?

Video recordings of Day 1 sessions: 1 and 2 of the Moving Image As Art symposium

Moving Image As Art symposium – Part 1: Introduction: Nicholas Serota

Welcome and introduction

A welcome and introduction to the conference by Tate Director Nicholas Serota and Tate Modern Public Programmes Director Andrew Brighton.

Moving Image As Art symposium – Part 2: Session 1: David Curtis

Session 1: Which History? David Curtis

Talk by David Curtis of the Arts & Humanities Research Council – founder of the British Film and Video Artists Study Collection.

Moving Image As Art symposium – Part 3: Session 1: William Horrigan

Session 1: Which History? William Horrigan.

Talk by William Horrigan of the Wexner Centre for the Visual Arts, Columbus, Ohio.

Moving Image As Art symposium – Part 4: Session 1: Wulf Herzogenrath

Session 1: Which History? Wulf Herzogenrath

Art historian and curator Wulf Herzogenrath discusses the approach taken by the Kunstahlle Bremen in Germany to the presentation of new media.

Moving Image As Art symposium – Part 5: Session 1: Panel discussion

Session 1: Which History? Discussion

Session 1 panel discussion around the history of the moving image chaired by Micahel O’Pray of the University of East London, with David Curtis, William Horrigan, and Wulf Herzogenrath.

Moving Image As Art symposium – Part 6: Session 2: Chrissie Iles

Session 2: What do galleries do to the moving image? Chrissie Iles

Talk by Chrissie Iles, Curator at the Whitney Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Moving Image As Art symposium – Part 7: Session 2: Dan Graham

Session 2: What do galleries do to the moving image? Dan Graham

Presentation by artist Dan Graham.

Moving Image As Art symposium – Part 8: Session 2: Panel discussion

Session 2: What do galleries do to the moving image? Discussion

Panel discussion around the subject of what galleries do with the moving image chaired by Tate Curator Donna de Salvo with artists Dan Graham, Doug Aitken and Jayne Parker and curator Chrissie Iles of the Whitney Museum of Modern Art.

This major international conference brings together artists, critics, historians and curators to discuss the issues raised by the moving image in art galleries.

Speakers include: Doug Aitkin, David Curtis, Dan Graham, William Horrigan, Wulf Herzogenrath, Chrissie Isles, Mark Lewis, Lev Manovich, Laura Mulvey, Jayne Parker, and Julian Stallabrass.