For the closing of Issue 4 of The Garage Journal, the author adopts one core methodology common to the practices of both film and curating: storytelling. All stories have a time, a space, and characters. Following the Rashomon effect, each one of the stories below could offer entirely different points on the relationships between the moving image and the museum.
Net.art represents an artistic language which, by virtue of its hypertextual essence, can connect people with one another by centering its practice on the interaction with audiences. This visual essay dwells on pioneering projects that need to be reconsidered in order to further historical, museological, and curatorial discussion of net.art based on its intrinsic qualities, diffusion, and exhibition.
The migration of film from cinemas to art institutions engendered a series of metamorphoses. This research article analyzes these transformations through cases of contemporary uses of moving images to propose a theory on how to curate moving images in the museum of the twenty-first century.
Issue 04 of The Garage Journal publishes innovative scholarship on the relationship between the moving image and the museum. It analyzes ways in which cinema, video art, and curatorial practices inform and influence each other. Dissecting this intricate relationship, the issue challenges traditional assumptions and opens up a discourse where affinities and oppositions coexist.