Archive for 2006

  • 11.13.2006

    InterAccess Anthology Exhibition :: Call for Submissions

    InterAccess is seeking written anthology proposals and special exhibition/event submissions InterAccess slides into silver with special events, exhibitions and parties commemorating our 25 anniversary in September 2007! Topping it off, in 2008, we are publishing an anthology on the past 25 years of electronic and new media art theory and practice in Canada. We are […]

  • 11.10.2006

    MELT :: Edge Intermedia

    Visiting Artist Opens Installation Exhibit Dates: OPENING RECEPTION THURSDAY NOV. 9 – 7:30 PM (Installation on view until November 18th 2006) Location: Eastern Edge Gallery, St. John’s Newfoundland Artist: Michael Alstad Title: MELT Presented by: Edge Intermedia Global warming, and our mediated experience of the natural world, is explored in Michael Alstad’s interactive installation […]

  • 10.28.2006

    Regiment :: Sophie Jodoin

    La Galerie McClure a le plaisir de présenter des œuvres recentes de l’artiste montréalaise Sophie Jodoin. L’exposition, Regiment, comporte une série de petites huiles noir et blanc sur mylar et une animation Flash, créer en collaboration avec David Jhave Johnston, projetée sur un écran d’ordinateur.

  • 10.28.2006

    New Media job at University of Tampa

    New Media Faculty Position – Tenure Track The Communication Department at the University of Tampa invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position in New Media, beginning fall 2007.

  • 10.27.2006

    In-site Montreal

    In-Site Montreal is a collection of site-specific art presented on the portal pages of five wireless internet hotspots in the Ile Sans Fil network. Artists Nicolas Fleming, Maria Legault, and Virginie Laganière have created art works that can be viewed simply by logging in to your Ile Sans Fil user account. Curated by Michelle Kasprzak

  • 08.24.2006


    Year Zero One is seeking submissions for Terminal01 (T01), an interactive networked art exhibition to be lauched at Toronto Pearson International Airport in the spring of 2007. T01 will consist of a custom made kiosk housing a touch-sensitive screen, an audio-video output, an embedded web camera, sensors and projection screen.