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Thursday, January 16th, 2014
Posted by: Caitlin

this is my post

interesting public lectures at Ryerson next week

Friday, January 18th, 2008
Posted by: Caitlin

Hi everyone
these events are of interest. (+ if you go to one or more of them, could you post your impressions here to the blog?)
A recent announcement of the forthcoming book, BUFFALO HEADS, reads:
“Twentieth-century art history is not just a history of individuals,
but of collectives, groups. Universities and colleges have had much [...]

Tony Oursler

Tuesday, October 4th, 2005
Posted by: irene angel

From video art to database, and Sonic Youth!

This must be the place

Saturday, September 17th, 2005
Posted by: cynara

nterAccess has been home to new media art and artists for nearly 25 years. This exhibition brings together important new media artists in Canada who have, now or in the past, had a connection with InterAccess on the occasion of InterAccess’s grand re-opening in a new and renovated location in the Queen West gallery district. Organized around a theme of interactivity, the exhibition looks historically at works addressing this idea inherent in electronic media art. From Vera Frenkel’s early explorations in the 1970s, to David Rokeby’s spectacular and chilling recent works, interaction is explored as a medium of choice — made either by humans or artificially intelligent machines