Professor Sarah Cook

  • Professor in Museum Studies (Information Studies)

Research interests

Sarah Cook is a curator and writer specialising in contemporary art at the intersection of digital creativity, technology and science. She is curator for NEoN (NorthEast of North), Scotland’s only digital art festival.


Publications

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Number of items: 71.

2019

Cook, S. (Ed.) (2019) 24/7: a Wake-up Call for our Non-Stop World. Somerset House Trust: London. ISBN 9781999615451

Cook, S. (2019) 24/7: a Wake-up Call for our Non-Stop World. [Exhibitions]

Cook, S. (2019) Foreword. In: Robinson, A. and Kennedy, M. (eds.) Kelly Richardson: Pillars of Dawn. Series: Kerber art. Kerber Verlag: Bielefeld, Germany, pp. 7-10. ISBN 9783735605443

Cook, S. (2019) Structural subjectivities. In: Trevor Paglen: From Apple to Anomaly Catalogue. Barbican: London. ISBN 9780995708266

2018

Cook, S. (2018) Semantic analysis: the art of parsing found text. In: Andersson, A. (ed.) Postscript: Writing After Conceptual Art. University of Toronto Press: Toronto, pp. 186-196. ISBN 9781442649842

2017

Cook, S. (2017) Media Archaeology: Excavations. [Exhibitions]

Cook, S. and de Wild, K. (2017) New media art and canonization: a round-robin conversation. In: Iskin, R. E. (ed.) Re-envisioning the Contemporary Art Canon: Perspectives in a Global World. Routledge: London, pp. 171-186. ISBN 9781138192683

2016

Cook, S. and V2_, (2016) The Gig is Up: How New Technologies Are Reshaping The Future Of Work. [Exhibitions]

Cook, S. and Brennan, C. (2016) All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace: NEoN Digital Arts Festival Exhibition. [Exhibitions]

Cook, S. (Ed.) (2016) Information. Series: Documents of contemporary art. MIT Press: London : Whitechapel Gallery ; Cambridge, Massachusetts. ISBN 9780262529341

Cook, S. (2016) From Insider Knowledge to Anecdote to Apocrypha: Reflections On How Media Art Has Been and Could be Historicised. 22nd International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA2016), Hong Kong, 16-22 May 2016. p. 402. ISBN 9789624423976

Cook, S. (2016) Stop, drop, and roll with it: curating participatory media art. In: Bianchini, S. and Verhagen, E. (eds.) Practicable : From Participation to Interaction in Contemporary Art. Series: Leonardo. MIT Press: Cambridge, Massachusetts, pp. 377-395. ISBN 9780262034753

Cook, S. and Barkley, A. K. (2016) The digital arts in and out of the institution-where to now? In: Paul, C. (ed.) A Companion to Digital Art. Series: Blackwell companions to art history (9). John Wiley & Sons Inc.: Hoboken, pp. 494-515. ISBN 9781118475201 (doi:10.1002/9781118475249.ch23)

2015

Baumgärtel, T., Cook, S. , Frost, C. and Jones, C. (2015) Abstract video: net.video.abstraction. In: Jennings, G. (ed.) Abstract Video: the Moving Image in Contemporary Art. University of California Press: Oakland, California, pp. 129-144. ISBN 9780520282476

Cook, S. (2015) Digital New Media Art and Artists' Book Collections. 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA2015), Vancouver, BC, Canada, 14-19 Aug 2015.

Cook, S. and Ghidini, M. (2015) Internet art. In: Grove Art Online. Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN 9781884446054 (doi:10.1093/gao/9781884446054.article.T2287852)

2014

Cook, S. and Daniels, M. (2014) SSA/Alt-w Exhibition. [Exhibitions]

Cook, S. (2014) Digital Media Art and the Artists’ Book Collections: the Challenges Around the Acquisition of Analogue/Digital/Mixed Archives. Archives 2.0, Bradford, United Kingdom, 24-26 Nov 2014.

Cook, S. , Foresta, D., Pate, I. and Redler, H. (2014) On artists and information: a conversation between Dr Sarah Cook, Don Foresta, Iain Pate and Hannah Redler. In: Blyth, T. (ed.) Information Age: Six Networks That Changed Our World. Scala Arts & Heritage: London, pp. 192-201. ISBN 9781857599015

Cook, S. (2014) Containers of/for information. In: Atkinson, C.M. (ed.) Index. Café Royal: Southport, pp. 8-11. ISBN 9780957586710

Cook, S. (2014) Murky categorization and bearing witness: the varied processes of the historicization of new media art. In: Graham, B. (ed.) New Collecting; Exhibiting and Audiences After New Media Art. Ashgate: Farnham, Surrey, pp. 203-219. ISBN 9781409448945

Shemilt, E. and Cook, S. (2014) New Ways of Seeing - Suite of Prints. [Artefact]

Sollfrank, C., Cook, S. and Stalder, F. (2014) Art in the Age of Networks. In: 20th International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA2014), Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 30 Oct - 08 Nov 2014, pp. 229-230. ISBN 9789948182399

2013

Hanhardt, J. and Cook, S. (2013) John G. Hanhardt Q&A session chaired by Sarah Cook. Leonardo Electronic Almanac, 19(5), pp. 152-157.

Hanhardt, J. G., Stubbs, M. and Cook, S. (2013) Introductions and John G. Hanhardt keynote speech. Leonardo Electronic Almanac, 19(5), pp. 132-141.

Cook, S. (2013) A note from the Author. Exhibitionist, 8, pp. 78-82.

Cook, S. (2013) We're not hobbyists or dabblers anymore. In: Dekker, A. (ed.) Speculative Scenarios: Or What WIll Happen to Digital Art in the (Near) Future? Baltan Laboratories: Eindhoven, pp. 46-53.

Cook, S. (Ed.) (2013) Thomson & Craighead: Flat Earth. MEWO Kunsthalle and Dundee Contemporary Arts: Memmigen and Dundee. ISBN 9783981627428

Cook, S. (2013) Far out! Distance and location in the work of Thomson & Craighead. In: Cook, S. (ed.) Thomson & Craighead: Flat Earth. MEWO Kunsthalle and Dundee Contemporary Arts: Memmigen and Dundee, pp. 8-33. ISBN 9783981627428

Cook, S. (2013) Open social science. In: Neville, C. (ed.) Germaine Koh: Weather Systems. Kamloops Art Gallery: Kamloops, B.C., pp. 8-11. ISBN 9781895497816

Cook, S. (2013) On curating new media art. In: Noordegraaf, J., Saba, C. G., Le Maître, B. and Hediger, V. (eds.) Preserving and Exhibiting Media Art: Challenges and Perspectives. Series: Framing film. Amsterdam University Press: Amsterdam, pp. 389-404. ISBN 9789089642912

2012

Cook, S. (2012) Curatorial experiments in liberating copyright-free material for artistic re-use. NMC Media-N, 8(2),

2011

Cook, S. (2011) Nam June Paik Today / Nam June Paik, FACT and TATE, Liverpool, UK. December 17, 2010 - March 13, 2011. ETC, 93, pp. 47-51.

Cook, S. and Diamond, S. (Eds.) (2011) Euphoria & Dystopia: the Banff New Media Institute Dialogues. Banff Centre Press: Banff, Alta.. ISBN 9781894773225

Cook, S. (2011) Concretely immaterial. In: Highland Institute for Contemporary Art: Exhibitions 2011. Small Potatoes Publishing: Dalcrombie, Loch Ruthven, Inverness-shire. ISBN 9780953217540

2010

Cook, S. (2010) FEEDFORWARD. The Angel of History, LABoral, October 22 - April 5, 2010. ETC, 89, pp. 30-34.

Cook, S., Lapp, A., Gfader, V. and Graham, B. (Eds.) (2010) A Brief History of Curating New Media Art: Conversations With Curators. The Green Box: Berlin. ISBN 9783941644205

Cook, S., Lapp, A., Gfader, V. and Graham, B. (Eds.) (2010) A Brief History of Working With New Media Art: Conversations With Artists. The Green Box: Berlin. ISBN 9783941644212

Graham, B. and Cook, S. (2010) Rethinking Curating: Art After New Media. Series: Leonardo. MIT Press: Cambridge, Mass. ; London. ISBN 9780262013888

Graham, B. and Cook, S. (2010) The behaviour of new media: towards a post-hype hospitality aesthetics? Art Lies(67),

2009

Cook, S. (2009) Interview with Susan Collins. ETC, 88, pp. 43-44.

Cook, S. (2009) Radical art. In: Stubbs, M. and Newman, K. (eds.) We Are the Real-Time Experiment: 20 Years of FACT. Liverpool University Press: Liverpool, pp. 26-29. ISBN 9781846312298

Cook, S. (2009) New Media Art / Schematic: Canadian New Media Art in London, [space] (studios), London. December 2008. ETC, 86, pp. 60-65.

Cook, S. (2009) Understanding quality: curatorial strategies for online artistic production. In: Krier, S. (ed.) Me You and Everyone We Know is a Curator. Graphic Design Museum: Breda. ISBN 9789072637307

Cook, S. and Graham, B. (2009) New media and digital art overview. China-UK: Connections Through Culture. Arts Overview,

2008

Cook, S. (2008) Immateriality and its discontents: models of curating new media art. In: Paul, C. (ed.) New Media in the White Cube and Beyond : Curatorial Models for Digital Art. University of California Press: Berkelet, California ; London, pp. 13-25. ISBN 9780520243972

Cook, S. (2008) Networked memory: always live and yet always an archive. In: Eden, X. and Roberts, J. (eds.) The Lining of Forgetting: Internal and External Memory in Art. University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Weatherspoon Art: Greensboro, N.C., pp. 116-126. ISBN 9781890949112

Cook, S. (2008) The work of art in the age of ubiquitous narrowcasting? In: Lovink, G. and Niederer, S. (eds.) Video Vortex Responses to YouTube. Institute of Network Cultures: Amsterdam, pp. 173-180. ISBN 9789078146056

2007

Cook, S. (2007) Essays on the work of David Rokeby. In: Silicon Remembers Carbon. FACT: Liverpool.

Cook, S. (2007) Online activity and offline community: cultural institutions and new media art. In: Cameron, F. and Kenderdine, S. (eds.) Theorizing Digital Cultural Heritage: a Critical Discourse. Series: Media in transition. MIT Press: Cambridge, Mass., pp. 113-132. ISBN 9780262033534

Cook, S. (2007) The logic of historical reenactment: respeaking and remediation in contemporary art. In: Himmelsbach, S. (ed.) Playback-- Simulated Realities. Kehrer: Heidelberg. ISBN 9783939583189

2005

Cook, S. (2005) Context specific curating on the web (CSCW). In: Corby, T. (ed.) Network Art: Practices and Positions. Routledge: London, pp. 40-56. ISBN 9780415364799

Cook, S. (2005) Researching and Presenting a History of New Media: Ten Years of the Banff New Media Institute. In: Museums and the Web 2005, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 13-16 Apr 2005,

Cook, S. (2005) A crisis of presentation. Mute Magazine, 1(29), pp. 34-35.

Cook, S. (2005) Slow down you move too fast, try to make the moment last: reflections on camera-capturing in the work of Monica Studer and Christoph van den Berg. In: Studer, M. and Van den Berg, C. (eds.) Somewhere Else is the Same Place. Kunstmuseum Solothurn: Solothurn, pp. 62-71. ISBN 9783906086903

2004

Cook, S. and Graham, B. (2004) Curating new media art: models and challenges. In: Kimbell, L. (ed.) New Media Art: Practice and Context in the UK 1994-2004. Arts Council England: London, pp. 84-91. ISBN 9780948797880

Cook, S. (2004) What would artificial intelligence find aesthetically pleasing? The burning question of generative art and its audience. In: Sollfrank, C. (ed.) Cornelia Sollfrank Net.art Generator. Verlag für Moderne Kunst Nürnberg: Nürnberg, pp. 146-155. ISBN 9783936711301

Cook, S. (2004) You can find me here: geographical relevant database art online. In: Kiendl, A. (ed.) Obsession, Compulsion, Collection: On Objects, Display Culture and Interpretation. Banff Centre Press: Banff, pp. 330-345. ISBN 9781894773058

2003

Cook, S. (2003) Art and technology in the year 2000. In: FACTORS 2000. FACT: Liverpool.

Cook, S. (2003) Toward a theory of the practice of curating new media art. In: Townsend, M. (ed.) Beyond the Box: Diverging Curatorial Practices. The Banff Centre Press: Banff, Alberta, pp. 169-182. ISBN 9780920159996

Cook, S. and Cohen, K. (2003) Conversation with Simon Pope. In: Wales at the Venice Biennale of Art. Arts Council of Wales.

2002

Graham, B. and Cook, S. (2002) Networks: net and not net: curating new media. Art Monthly(261), pp. 44-45.

Cook, S., Graham, B. and Martin, S. (Eds.) (2002) Curating New Media: Third Baltic International Seminar 10-12 May 2001. BALTIC: Gateshead. ISBN 9781903655061

2001

Cook, S. (2001) Form over content. Mute Magazine, 1(21), p. 65.

Graham, B. and Cook, S. (2001) A Curatorial Resource for Upstart Media Bliss. In: Museums and the Web 2001, Seattle, WA, USA, 14-17 Mar 2001,

Cook, S. and Cosic, V. (Eds.) (2001) Net.art Per Me. MGLC: Venezia.

Cook, S. (2001) If you go down to the woods today. Public Art Journal, 1, pp. 26-35.

Cook, S. (2001) Review of Ctrl-Spc at ZKM. Mute Magazine,

2000

Cook, S. (2000) Ascii Architecture, the other size of zero (review of Video Positive). Public Art Journal, 1(4), pp. 45-47.

Cook, S. (2000) Has curating killed net.art. AN Magazine, March, p. 58.

Cook, S. (2000) The Curator's Egg by Karsten Schubert. Museum News, [Book Review]

This list was generated on Sun Apr 5 15:29:25 2020 BST.
Number of items: 71.

Articles

Hanhardt, J. and Cook, S. (2013) John G. Hanhardt Q&A session chaired by Sarah Cook. Leonardo Electronic Almanac, 19(5), pp. 152-157.

Hanhardt, J. G., Stubbs, M. and Cook, S. (2013) Introductions and John G. Hanhardt keynote speech. Leonardo Electronic Almanac, 19(5), pp. 132-141.

Cook, S. (2013) A note from the Author. Exhibitionist, 8, pp. 78-82.

Cook, S. (2012) Curatorial experiments in liberating copyright-free material for artistic re-use. NMC Media-N, 8(2),

Cook, S. (2011) Nam June Paik Today / Nam June Paik, FACT and TATE, Liverpool, UK. December 17, 2010 - March 13, 2011. ETC, 93, pp. 47-51.

Cook, S. (2010) FEEDFORWARD. The Angel of History, LABoral, October 22 - April 5, 2010. ETC, 89, pp. 30-34.

Graham, B. and Cook, S. (2010) The behaviour of new media: towards a post-hype hospitality aesthetics? Art Lies(67),

Cook, S. (2009) Interview with Susan Collins. ETC, 88, pp. 43-44.

Cook, S. (2009) New Media Art / Schematic: Canadian New Media Art in London, [space] (studios), London. December 2008. ETC, 86, pp. 60-65.

Cook, S. and Graham, B. (2009) New media and digital art overview. China-UK: Connections Through Culture. Arts Overview,

Cook, S. (2005) A crisis of presentation. Mute Magazine, 1(29), pp. 34-35.

Graham, B. and Cook, S. (2002) Networks: net and not net: curating new media. Art Monthly(261), pp. 44-45.

Cook, S. (2001) Form over content. Mute Magazine, 1(21), p. 65.

Cook, S. (2001) If you go down to the woods today. Public Art Journal, 1, pp. 26-35.

Cook, S. (2001) Review of Ctrl-Spc at ZKM. Mute Magazine,

Cook, S. (2000) Ascii Architecture, the other size of zero (review of Video Positive). Public Art Journal, 1(4), pp. 45-47.

Cook, S. (2000) Has curating killed net.art. AN Magazine, March, p. 58.

Books

Graham, B. and Cook, S. (2010) Rethinking Curating: Art After New Media. Series: Leonardo. MIT Press: Cambridge, Mass. ; London. ISBN 9780262013888

Book Sections

Cook, S. (2019) Foreword. In: Robinson, A. and Kennedy, M. (eds.) Kelly Richardson: Pillars of Dawn. Series: Kerber art. Kerber Verlag: Bielefeld, Germany, pp. 7-10. ISBN 9783735605443

Cook, S. (2019) Structural subjectivities. In: Trevor Paglen: From Apple to Anomaly Catalogue. Barbican: London. ISBN 9780995708266

Cook, S. (2018) Semantic analysis: the art of parsing found text. In: Andersson, A. (ed.) Postscript: Writing After Conceptual Art. University of Toronto Press: Toronto, pp. 186-196. ISBN 9781442649842

Cook, S. and de Wild, K. (2017) New media art and canonization: a round-robin conversation. In: Iskin, R. E. (ed.) Re-envisioning the Contemporary Art Canon: Perspectives in a Global World. Routledge: London, pp. 171-186. ISBN 9781138192683

Cook, S. (2016) Stop, drop, and roll with it: curating participatory media art. In: Bianchini, S. and Verhagen, E. (eds.) Practicable : From Participation to Interaction in Contemporary Art. Series: Leonardo. MIT Press: Cambridge, Massachusetts, pp. 377-395. ISBN 9780262034753

Cook, S. and Barkley, A. K. (2016) The digital arts in and out of the institution-where to now? In: Paul, C. (ed.) A Companion to Digital Art. Series: Blackwell companions to art history (9). John Wiley & Sons Inc.: Hoboken, pp. 494-515. ISBN 9781118475201 (doi:10.1002/9781118475249.ch23)

Baumgärtel, T., Cook, S. , Frost, C. and Jones, C. (2015) Abstract video: net.video.abstraction. In: Jennings, G. (ed.) Abstract Video: the Moving Image in Contemporary Art. University of California Press: Oakland, California, pp. 129-144. ISBN 9780520282476

Cook, S. and Ghidini, M. (2015) Internet art. In: Grove Art Online. Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN 9781884446054 (doi:10.1093/gao/9781884446054.article.T2287852)

Cook, S. , Foresta, D., Pate, I. and Redler, H. (2014) On artists and information: a conversation between Dr Sarah Cook, Don Foresta, Iain Pate and Hannah Redler. In: Blyth, T. (ed.) Information Age: Six Networks That Changed Our World. Scala Arts & Heritage: London, pp. 192-201. ISBN 9781857599015

Cook, S. (2014) Containers of/for information. In: Atkinson, C.M. (ed.) Index. Café Royal: Southport, pp. 8-11. ISBN 9780957586710

Cook, S. (2014) Murky categorization and bearing witness: the varied processes of the historicization of new media art. In: Graham, B. (ed.) New Collecting; Exhibiting and Audiences After New Media Art. Ashgate: Farnham, Surrey, pp. 203-219. ISBN 9781409448945

Cook, S. (2013) We're not hobbyists or dabblers anymore. In: Dekker, A. (ed.) Speculative Scenarios: Or What WIll Happen to Digital Art in the (Near) Future? Baltan Laboratories: Eindhoven, pp. 46-53.

Cook, S. (2013) Far out! Distance and location in the work of Thomson & Craighead. In: Cook, S. (ed.) Thomson & Craighead: Flat Earth. MEWO Kunsthalle and Dundee Contemporary Arts: Memmigen and Dundee, pp. 8-33. ISBN 9783981627428

Cook, S. (2013) Open social science. In: Neville, C. (ed.) Germaine Koh: Weather Systems. Kamloops Art Gallery: Kamloops, B.C., pp. 8-11. ISBN 9781895497816

Cook, S. (2013) On curating new media art. In: Noordegraaf, J., Saba, C. G., Le Maître, B. and Hediger, V. (eds.) Preserving and Exhibiting Media Art: Challenges and Perspectives. Series: Framing film. Amsterdam University Press: Amsterdam, pp. 389-404. ISBN 9789089642912

Cook, S. (2011) Concretely immaterial. In: Highland Institute for Contemporary Art: Exhibitions 2011. Small Potatoes Publishing: Dalcrombie, Loch Ruthven, Inverness-shire. ISBN 9780953217540

Cook, S. (2009) Radical art. In: Stubbs, M. and Newman, K. (eds.) We Are the Real-Time Experiment: 20 Years of FACT. Liverpool University Press: Liverpool, pp. 26-29. ISBN 9781846312298

Cook, S. (2009) Understanding quality: curatorial strategies for online artistic production. In: Krier, S. (ed.) Me You and Everyone We Know is a Curator. Graphic Design Museum: Breda. ISBN 9789072637307

Cook, S. (2008) Immateriality and its discontents: models of curating new media art. In: Paul, C. (ed.) New Media in the White Cube and Beyond : Curatorial Models for Digital Art. University of California Press: Berkelet, California ; London, pp. 13-25. ISBN 9780520243972

Cook, S. (2008) Networked memory: always live and yet always an archive. In: Eden, X. and Roberts, J. (eds.) The Lining of Forgetting: Internal and External Memory in Art. University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Weatherspoon Art: Greensboro, N.C., pp. 116-126. ISBN 9781890949112

Cook, S. (2008) The work of art in the age of ubiquitous narrowcasting? In: Lovink, G. and Niederer, S. (eds.) Video Vortex Responses to YouTube. Institute of Network Cultures: Amsterdam, pp. 173-180. ISBN 9789078146056

Cook, S. (2007) Essays on the work of David Rokeby. In: Silicon Remembers Carbon. FACT: Liverpool.

Cook, S. (2007) Online activity and offline community: cultural institutions and new media art. In: Cameron, F. and Kenderdine, S. (eds.) Theorizing Digital Cultural Heritage: a Critical Discourse. Series: Media in transition. MIT Press: Cambridge, Mass., pp. 113-132. ISBN 9780262033534

Cook, S. (2007) The logic of historical reenactment: respeaking and remediation in contemporary art. In: Himmelsbach, S. (ed.) Playback-- Simulated Realities. Kehrer: Heidelberg. ISBN 9783939583189

Cook, S. (2005) Context specific curating on the web (CSCW). In: Corby, T. (ed.) Network Art: Practices and Positions. Routledge: London, pp. 40-56. ISBN 9780415364799

Cook, S. (2005) Slow down you move too fast, try to make the moment last: reflections on camera-capturing in the work of Monica Studer and Christoph van den Berg. In: Studer, M. and Van den Berg, C. (eds.) Somewhere Else is the Same Place. Kunstmuseum Solothurn: Solothurn, pp. 62-71. ISBN 9783906086903

Cook, S. and Graham, B. (2004) Curating new media art: models and challenges. In: Kimbell, L. (ed.) New Media Art: Practice and Context in the UK 1994-2004. Arts Council England: London, pp. 84-91. ISBN 9780948797880

Cook, S. (2004) What would artificial intelligence find aesthetically pleasing? The burning question of generative art and its audience. In: Sollfrank, C. (ed.) Cornelia Sollfrank Net.art Generator. Verlag für Moderne Kunst Nürnberg: Nürnberg, pp. 146-155. ISBN 9783936711301

Cook, S. (2004) You can find me here: geographical relevant database art online. In: Kiendl, A. (ed.) Obsession, Compulsion, Collection: On Objects, Display Culture and Interpretation. Banff Centre Press: Banff, pp. 330-345. ISBN 9781894773058

Cook, S. (2003) Art and technology in the year 2000. In: FACTORS 2000. FACT: Liverpool.

Cook, S. (2003) Toward a theory of the practice of curating new media art. In: Townsend, M. (ed.) Beyond the Box: Diverging Curatorial Practices. The Banff Centre Press: Banff, Alberta, pp. 169-182. ISBN 9780920159996

Cook, S. and Cohen, K. (2003) Conversation with Simon Pope. In: Wales at the Venice Biennale of Art. Arts Council of Wales.

Book Reviews

Cook, S. (2000) The Curator's Egg by Karsten Schubert. Museum News, [Book Review]

Edited Books

Cook, S. (Ed.) (2019) 24/7: a Wake-up Call for our Non-Stop World. Somerset House Trust: London. ISBN 9781999615451

Cook, S. (Ed.) (2016) Information. Series: Documents of contemporary art. MIT Press: London : Whitechapel Gallery ; Cambridge, Massachusetts. ISBN 9780262529341

Cook, S. (Ed.) (2013) Thomson & Craighead: Flat Earth. MEWO Kunsthalle and Dundee Contemporary Arts: Memmigen and Dundee. ISBN 9783981627428

Cook, S. and Diamond, S. (Eds.) (2011) Euphoria & Dystopia: the Banff New Media Institute Dialogues. Banff Centre Press: Banff, Alta.. ISBN 9781894773225

Cook, S., Lapp, A., Gfader, V. and Graham, B. (Eds.) (2010) A Brief History of Curating New Media Art: Conversations With Curators. The Green Box: Berlin. ISBN 9783941644205

Cook, S., Lapp, A., Gfader, V. and Graham, B. (Eds.) (2010) A Brief History of Working With New Media Art: Conversations With Artists. The Green Box: Berlin. ISBN 9783941644212

Cook, S., Graham, B. and Martin, S. (Eds.) (2002) Curating New Media: Third Baltic International Seminar 10-12 May 2001. BALTIC: Gateshead. ISBN 9781903655061

Cook, S. and Cosic, V. (Eds.) (2001) Net.art Per Me. MGLC: Venezia.

Conference or Workshop Item

Cook, S. (2016) From Insider Knowledge to Anecdote to Apocrypha: Reflections On How Media Art Has Been and Could be Historicised. 22nd International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA2016), Hong Kong, 16-22 May 2016. p. 402. ISBN 9789624423976

Cook, S. (2015) Digital New Media Art and Artists' Book Collections. 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA2015), Vancouver, BC, Canada, 14-19 Aug 2015.

Cook, S. (2014) Digital Media Art and the Artists’ Book Collections: the Challenges Around the Acquisition of Analogue/Digital/Mixed Archives. Archives 2.0, Bradford, United Kingdom, 24-26 Nov 2014.

Conference Proceedings

Sollfrank, C., Cook, S. and Stalder, F. (2014) Art in the Age of Networks. In: 20th International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA2014), Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 30 Oct - 08 Nov 2014, pp. 229-230. ISBN 9789948182399

Cook, S. (2005) Researching and Presenting a History of New Media: Ten Years of the Banff New Media Institute. In: Museums and the Web 2005, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 13-16 Apr 2005,

Graham, B. and Cook, S. (2001) A Curatorial Resource for Upstart Media Bliss. In: Museums and the Web 2001, Seattle, WA, USA, 14-17 Mar 2001,

Artefact

Shemilt, E. and Cook, S. (2014) New Ways of Seeing - Suite of Prints. [Artefact]

Exhibitions

Cook, S. (2019) 24/7: a Wake-up Call for our Non-Stop World. [Exhibitions]

Cook, S. (2017) Media Archaeology: Excavations. [Exhibitions]

Cook, S. and V2_, (2016) The Gig is Up: How New Technologies Are Reshaping The Future Of Work. [Exhibitions]

Cook, S. and Brennan, C. (2016) All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace: NEoN Digital Arts Festival Exhibition. [Exhibitions]

Cook, S. and Daniels, M. (2014) SSA/Alt-w Exhibition. [Exhibitions]

This list was generated on Sun Apr 5 15:29:25 2020 BST.

Additional Information

From 2013-2018 she was Dundee Fellow at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, University of Dundee. She was the founding curator of LifeSpace Science Art Research Gallery in the School of Life Sciences at University of Dundee, helping the School to win a Gold Award from the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement Excellence.

From 2000-2013 she was based at the University of Sunderland where she co-founded CRUMB, the online resource for curators of media art, supervised PhD students, and taught on the MA Curating course.

Cook co-chaired Rewire, the Fourth International Conference on the histories of media art, science and technology with FACT in Liverpool (2011).
Having grown up in Canada, Sarah has had a longstanding association with The Banff Center where she has worked as a guest curator and researcher in residence for the Walter Phillips Gallery, the International Curatorial Institute and the New Media Institute, developing exhibitions, summits, residencies and publications.

After completing her PhD in 2004, Sarah worked as adjunct curator of new media at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art (funded by the AHRC). In 2008 Sarah was the inaugural curatorial fellow at Eyebeam Art and Technology Center in New York, where she worked with the artists in the labs to develop exhibitions of their work.

Sarah has curated and co-curated international exhibitions including Database Imaginary (2004), The Art Formerly Known As New Media (2005), Broadcast Yourself (2008), Untethered (2008), Mirror Neurons (2012), and Biomediations, the exhibitions for Transitio_MX_05, the Festival of Electronic Art and Video in Mexico City (2013).

Cook is the editor of INFORMATION (Documents of Contemporary Art, MIT Press 2016), co-author (with Beryl Graham) of the book Rethinking Curating: Art After New Media (MIT Press, 2010) and co-editor (with Sara Diamond) of Euphoria & Dystopia: The Banff New Media Institute Dialogues.