Media Art’s Future, Present, and Past: Notes from the Field with Tina Rivers Ryan


Main Hall, Daniels Building

As an art historian focused on art since the 1960s, Dr. Tina Rivers Ryan has become one of the leading voices shaping the public discourse around art and technology today. In this talk, the Buffalo AKG Art Museum curator, frequent Artforum critic and active social-media presence will provide an overview of her recent and forthcoming exhibitions and publications, which together serve as the basis for her reflections on the state of the future, present and past of video and digital art.

Dr. Tina Rivers Ryan is a widely-recognized art historian and critic specializing in the field of art and technology, as well as a Curator at the Buffalo AKG Art Museum. Her honors include an Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant and being named to Artnet’s “Innovators List.” In this talk, she will refer to her recent and upcoming exhibitions and publications to reflect on the future, present, and past of video and digital art.