2011

Codetalkers of the Digital Divide (or why we didn’t become “roadkill on the information superhighway”)

Codetalkers of the Digital Divide (or why we didn’t become “roadkill on the information superhighway”)

July 22nd – September 3rd, 2011. This insightful project is the brain-child of Cheryl L’Hirondelle, who articulates the point of departure as follows: As we move as quickly as bytes of information, catapulted through time and space and by the imperative of our continued survival, it is important to hit the pause button, reflect on […]

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Resistance Is [Not] Futile

Resistance Is [Not] Futile

It is a story of trying to reconcile the loss of male Indian role models in my life, but also one of trying to provide my son with the positive examples my elders gave me.

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Untitled (horizon)

Untitled (horizon)

Annie Martin April 29th – May 28th, 2011. Take any part of this book and go to the end of it. You will find yourself thinking of the next step to be taken in that direction. Perhaps you will need new materials, new technologies. You have them. You are in the world of X. I […]

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88 Constellations for  Wittgenstein (to be played with  the Left Hand)

88 Constellations for Wittgenstein (to be played with the Left Hand)

David Clark – Halifax, NS. March 4th – April 9th, 2011. David Clark’s interactive, non-linear net.art piece “88 Constellations for Wittgenstein” features a series of animated vignettes created in Flash that variously explore the life and philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein. Each of the 88 sections corresponds to one of the 88 constellations in the night […]

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