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Charlotte Frost

Charlotte Frost is a writer/researcher in art and technology, focusing on digital and new media art forms and post-internet critical strategies. Her specialism is the impact of internet technologies on the history and criticism of art. She writes the 'Digital Practices' news column for a-n and was formerly the co-ordinator of a-n Collections.

www.digitalcritic.org

Sharing ISEA

Charlotte Frost reports from the international conference of ISEA (Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts) in Istanbul. Read on…

Feature, a-n.co.uk December 2011

 
Sharing knowledge

Charlotte Frost has been researching and writing on digital and new media arts for over ten years. Here, she introduces her next projects as the last in her regular 'Digital practices' column for a-n Magazine. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk June 2011

Digital cuts

In the recent ACE funding review, a shocking number of organisations working at the leading edge of digital and new media arts were cut. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk May 2011

 
Digital collecting

A collaboration between Harris Museum and Gallery and Folly, 'Current' is an experiment into collecting digital and new media artworks, on show at Harris Museum until 4 June. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk April 2011

Digital identities

Pre-symposium events being held in the run-up to ISEA 2011, Ellie Harrison at Waterman's and John Gerrard at Canary Wharf Underground station. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk March 2011

 
Digital news

Igloo, the collective comprising artists Ruth Gibson and Bruno Martelli, present Visitor, a new installation at the Apthorp Gallery, artsdepot, London. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk February 2011

Art and technology

Late digital and media art pioneer, Nam June Paik, is represented by two shows in Liverpool (until 13 March). Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk January 2011

Social media: Twitter

For this video guide, Katy Beale and Charlotte Frost discuss micro-blogging with particular reference to Twitter and how it can be used for research, marketing and collaboration, plus a look at how artists are using Twitter in innovative ways that connect with their practice. Read on…

Guide, a-n.co.uk January 2011

Social media: Blogging

For this video guide, Chris Unitt of Meshed Media talks to Charlotte Frost about different blog platforms, getting the most from a blog, and some of the creative and innovative blogs around.
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Guide, a-n.co.uk January 2011

Digital practices

Social media is never out of the headlines, whether we're talking about privacy issues or how it has allowed niche political groups to reach a wider public. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk December 2010

 
Rethinking curating

One of the things that makes digital media so exciting is that they problematise many naturalised systems and spaces of communication. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk October 2010

Curating new technologies

The annual Craft Curators Forum, a networking and discussion event from the Crafts Council, was held in London 23-24 September. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk September 2010

Digital commissions

For the best part of twenty years, established artist-duo Thomson and Craighead have been experimenting with technology, producing installations and site-specific pieces involving video, sound and electronic networks. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n.co.uk September 2010

Digital practices London

Art of Digital London is an Arts Council England programme designed to help London Regularly Funded Organisations (RFOs) develop strong strategies for connecting with audiences via technology. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n Magazine July 2010

 
Digital practices

'Digital Continuities: from the history of digital art to contemporary transmedial practices' formed a key strand at March's Association of Art Historian's conference. Organised by Nick Lambert from Birkbeck's CAT project, his vision was to assemble a group of interested academics and think through some of the more contemporary aspects of digital arts activity. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n Magazine June 2010

'Ceramic City - Design For Public Space' Conference, Stoke-on-Trent

'The Ceramic City - Design for Public Space' conference, held on 9 and 10 October 2009 at the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery and organised by Art&Architecture Journal Conferences in partnership with the British Ceramics Biennial (BCB), coincided with the BCB Festival held throughout the city of Stoke-on-Trent from 3 October - 13 December 2009. Subscribers read on…

News, a-n Magazine December 2009

Walking In My Mind

Hayward Gallery, London
23 June - 6 September 2009 Read on…

Review, a-n.co.uk August 2009

Curatorial organisations

Beyond the curatorial work established by and presented from within art museums and galleries, a plethora of curatorial organisations operate in order to support and develop the practice of curating. This tour, by Charlotte Frost, examines some of the different remits addressed by curatorial organisations, providing an initial orientation in their hugely diverse activities. Subscribers read on…

Tour, a-n.co.uk February 2009

 
Production lines - pdf »

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With reference to the production of inter-disciplinary visual arts, Charlotte Frost indicates the types of activities involved, art forms which respond well to this style of collaboration and some of the difficulties experienced by production agencies in working in this way.
Downloadable pdf version [size 243KB]. Requires pdf reader.

a-n Collections April 2008

Forma

Charlotte Frost on some of the production activities of the Newcastle- and London-based Forma, drawing out different strands of its programme including curation, representation, initiation, distribution and public art. Subscribers read on…

Profile, a-n.co.uk April 2008

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