Revue virtuelle

Revue virtuelle (1992-1996) was an exhibition project for early new media, virtual art technologies, computer graphics, virtual reality, hypermedia and digital art projects that was housed in the Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou during the years 1992 to 1996.

The Revue virtuelle also created a virtual “magazine” jointly created by the museum and the Centre de Création Industrielle, that addressed the issue of new technologies from the viewpoints of science, aesthetics, museography and education. These activities were documented in a bilingual CD-ROM entitled L’Actualité du Virtuel/Actualizing the Virtual, published in 1996.

Lecture: Edmond Couchot – 15 April 1992

Exhibition: 17 June – 11 October 1992 Lecture: Anne-Marie Duguet – 23 September 1992

Exhibition: 9 December 1992 – 24 January 1993 Lecture: Scott S Fisher – 9 December 1992

Exhibition: 3 March – 2 May 1993 Lecture: Karl Sims – 4 March 1993

Exhibition: 2 June – 19 September 1993 Lecture: Derrick de Kerckhove – 3 June 1993

Exhibition: 13 October 1993 – 2 January 1994 Lecture: Philippe de Reffye – 13 October 1993

Exhibition: 2 March – 2 May 1994 Lecture: Dr. Karl Heinz Höhne – 7 April 1994

Exhibition: 6 July – 26 September 1994 Lecture: Alain Le Diberder, Matt Mullican, Florian Rötzer – 14 September 1994

Exhibition: 9 November 1994 – 23 January 1995 Lecture: George Legrady, Pierre Lévy, Nam June Paik – 9 November 1994

Lecture: Friedrich Kittler, Geert Lovink – 31 May 1995

Lecture: Elizabeth Diller and Ricardo Scofido – 18 October 1995

Lecture: Siegfried Zielinski, Knowbotic Research (Christian Hübler and Yvonne Wilhelm) – 31 January 1996

Lecture: Jean-Marie Schaeffer – 23 February 1996

Lecture: Akira Asada, Toshiharu Itoh – 24 June 1996