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Steven Dye

Exhibitions Technical Manager

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

HQ Phone:  (415) 357-4000

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San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

151 Third Street

San Francisco, California,94103

United States

Company Description

Founded as the first West Coast museum devoted to modern and contemporary art, SFMOMA is currently undergoing a major expansion project that will significantly enhance gallery, education, and public spaces, enabling the museum to better showcase its expanded p... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Artist

Illuminated Corridor


Affiliations

Wet Gate

Founding Member


Epic[abridged]

Member


Education

filmmaking

California College of Arts and Crafts


Bachelor of Fine Arts

Film/Video/Performance


Web References(16 Total References)


Call for entries – Code Switchers at the LAB

www.kala.org [cached]

Steven Dye is a Sound Artist, Filmmaker and Musician whose work actively explores the formal and social qualities of the materials he is using.
His work takes many forms including installation, animation, instrument building, sculpture, field recording, sound and music composition, expanded cinema, and performance. The common thread through all his works is an enthusiasm for the phenomenon of sound, light and perception. Dye received a degree from the California College of Arts and Crafts in 1990, is a frequent contributor to the Illuminated Corridor project, and works collaboratively with the performing arts groups Wet Gate, Santo Subito, and Epic[Abridged. He is currently the Exhibitions Technical Manager at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.


ACMI Blog | Tag Archive | behind the scenes

blog.acmi.net.au [cached]

Go behind the scenes of the installation of the 'William Kentridge: Five Themes' exhibition at ACMI with Technical Director Steve Dye (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art) and Registrar Kent Walton (Norton Museum of Art).


Klog!

www.kala.org [cached]

Steven Dye is a Sound Artist, Filmmaker and Musician whose work actively explores the formal and social qualities of the materials he is using.His work takes many forms including installation, animation, instrument building, sculpture, field recording, sound and music composition, expanded cinema, and performance.The common thread through all his works is an enthusiasm for the phenomenon of sound, light and perception.Dye received a degree from the California College of Arts and Crafts in 1990, is a frequent contributor to the Illuminated Corridor project, and works collaboratively with the performing arts groups Wet Gate, Santo Subito, and Epic[Abridged.He is currently the Exhibitions Technical Manager at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.


NAMAC: A Resource of Independent Film, Video, and Multimedia Arts Organizations

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As Steve Dye, of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, put it, "the frailties of a particular medium may be exactly what the maker had in mind when creating the piece."The remastering of a piece should take place with the artist's consultation, if possible, as it is important to maintain an accurate reproduction of the original work.This can cause problems when the artist engages in what Jon Gartenberg calls "retrospective intent," where he or she wishes to change the work in the process of preserving it.In order to manage this, he stresses how important it is to "research [the artist's] creative development, then to note what iteration of each object we are preserving, and finally to fully document the ensuing restoration decisions." Though an artist may occasionally be an impediment to the preservation project, he or she can usually provide a lot of information as to the context of their work.


Committee on Museum Professional Training

www.COMPT-aam.org [cached]

Steve Dye, Media Technician, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA


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