If you enjoyed our "live sketchnoting" of The New York Times journalist Nicholas Kristof's keynote address at this year's Internet Week, you're going to love our followup: a fireside chat with curators Joan Young (Guggenheim) and Lauren Cornell (New Museum) on how the Internet is affecting the art world. They give recent examples of programs, artists and exhibitions that are grappling with the topic including digital artist Cory Arcangel's current solo exhibit Pro Tools at the Whitney Museum and Marina Abramovich's "The Artist is Present" performance piece at MoMA—documented via Flickr. You can listen to the original conversation on UStream or simply learn from the video! Thanks to Bastard Jazz Recordings for the soundtrack.
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