Archive for the ‘YZO member projects’ Category
pixelgrain: over 2000 submissions!
The beginning of the new year marked the 2000th submission to the web project, pixelgrain. Currently there are 145 contributors who have submitted over 2000 images and videos, and the number is growing each day! pixelgrain is a collaborative online repository of documents connected to the iconic Canadian prairie grain elevator. By systematically documenting and […]
Byproduct: On the Excess of Embedded Art Practices
Friday December 10th, 2010, 6:30-9 pm Vera List Center for Art & Politics at The New School Roundtable with: L.M. Bogad, performance artist and author of ‘Guerilla Electoral Theatre’ Joseph del Pesco, independent curator Michelle Jacques, Curator, Art Gallery of Ontario Marisa Jahn, artist, editor of ‘Byproduct’ Tom Finkelpearl, Executive Director, Queens Museum of Art […]
McLuhan in Europe 2011
2011 is the hundredth anniversary of the birth of Canadian media and communications visionary Marshall McLuhan. In Europe transmediale festival and the Marshall McLuhan Salon of the Canadian Embassy in Berlin are producing a year-long programme of activity to recognise the Centenary. The cultural network project McLuhan in Europe 2011 will explore, critique and celebrate […]
Created by Julie Morel from incident.net and LA CHAMBRE BLANCHE, Géographies Variables is a French-Quebecer program of crossed exchanges art residencies in Web/digital art. Its goal is to facilitate exchanges between the artistic communities and is especially intended for practices bound to Internet. Scheduled for two years, Géographies Variables will allow 24 artists to realize […]
David Jhave Johnston: Interstitial
OBORO 4001, rue Berri, local 301 Montréal April 24 – May 29, 2010 Interstitial is a film about transformations that is constructed with code in real-time. It is made from 360 video files, 85 audio files and 445 shuffled poetic phrases which are remixed ceaselessly into an endless combinatorial triptych . It is both an […]
Truth or Fiction
The group exhibition TRUTH or FICTION? brings together various sorts of contemporary art by five contributing artists: Doug Buis, Rodney Graham, Kent Monkman, Carol Sawyer and Camille Turner. The gathered art works share certain attributes: they refer to history and historical narratives, past, present and future; they include historical figures, but also little known, dubious […]
boulderpavement is an online multimedia, multidisciplinary journal exploring arts and ideas from and beyond The Banff Centre. Featured in Issue #2 is YZO member David Jhave Johnston’s video poems.
Dubious Views Questioning Institutional Representations in Tourism and Cartography Curators: Michelle Kasprzak, Michael Alstad, Shawn Micallef The artists discussed in the Dubious Views online exhibition address the role of the “institution” in terms of its effect on the understanding of place. It is examined in relationship to the tourism industry, and in the context of […]