Past projects

WHAT WILL YOU DO? (2009)

WHAT WILL YOU DO?” Govett-Brewster Gallery, New Ply­mouth, New Zealand. Open­ing 7 Feb­ru­ary, 2009 as part of Raranga Tan­gata, “the weav­ing together of peo­ple” Part of the Nuit Blanche, Toronto, gen­er­ously sup­ported by Sco­tia­bank. WHAT WILL YOU DO? is an art instal­la­tion that addresses the issue of indi­vid­ual and col­lec­tive respon­si­bil­ity for mak­ing social change. We are all … Con­tinue read­ingWHAT WILL YOU DO? (2009)”

SPUTNIK

Crit­i­cal Media presents Sput­nik, a cel­e­bra­tion of space flight in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the Cana­dian Space Soci­ety, held at the Toronto Aero­space Museum. On Octo­ber 4, 2007 we mark the 50th anniver­sary of the begin­ning of the age of space com­pe­ti­tion and explo­ration, dis­cov­ery, adven­ture, tragedy and exhil­a­ra­tion. On this day, five decades ago — Octo­ber 4, … Con­tinue read­ingSPUTNIK

WHAT WILL YOU DO? (2007)

WHAT WILL YOU DO?” Queen Street West & Sim­coe Street Sat­ur­day Sept. 27, 2007 7pm to Sun­rise Part of the Nuit Blanche, Toronto, gen­er­ously sup­ported by Sco­tia­bank. WHAT WILL YOU DO? is an art instal­la­tion that addresses the issue of indi­vid­ual and col­lec­tive respon­si­bil­ity for mak­ing social change. We are all aware that our earth is in cri­sis. … Con­tinue read­ingWHAT WILL YOU DO? (2007)”

Resonance: The Electromagnetic Bodies Project

OBORO, Occur­rence and the Crit­i­cal Media Art Soci­ety presents: Res­o­nance: The Elec­tro­mag­netic Bod­ies Project Project cura­tors: Nina Czegledy and Louise Provencher. Event sched­ule: April 16 to May 14, 2005 Occur­rence and OBORO, Mon­treal, Canada July 22 to Octo­ber 9, 2005 ZKM, Cen­ter for Art and Media, Karl­sruhe, Ger­many Co-curators: Peter Weibel and Sabine Him­mels­bach Jan­u­ary 26 to … Con­tinue read­ing “Res­o­nance: The Elec­tro­mag­netic Bod­ies Project”

When Robots Get Emotional

CRITICAL MEDIA and the Fac­ulty of Art, Ontario Col­lege of Arts & Design presents “Art Cre­ates Change” April 8, 2002 6pm @ The Riv­oli, 334 Queen St. West “When Robots get emo­tional” – Machiko Kusa­hara in con­ver­sa­tion with Nor­man White Takashi Koezuka Con­sul Gen­eral of Japan inau­gu­rates the event. The Japanese/Canadian Xchange2 project exam­i­nes the atti­tude to and … Con­tinue read­ing “When Robots Get Emo­tional”

Curating New Media

Sun­day Decem­ber 2, 2001 10:00 — 5:00 p.m. Arts Court The­atre, 2 Daly Avenue, Ottawa, Canada A one-day pub­lic forum on the topic of the cur­rent state of new media art and its place within our gal­leries and production/distribution cen­ters, fol­low­ing from recent sem­i­nars on new media curat­ing co-hosted by CRUMB in Eng­land (Baltic, May … Con­tinue read­ing “Curat­ing New Media”

Crossing Over

curated by Nina Czegledy & Iliyana Ned­kova at T R A N Z < — > T E C H, the 2nd Toronto Inter­na­tional Video Art and new Media Bien­nial, Octo­ber 11–14, 2001, Lat­vian House, 359 Col­lege Street, Toronto CROSSING OVER http://www.mediascot.org/ was born in the after­math of the bloody, vel­vet, singing, vir­tual – and often mis­un­der­stood – … Con­tinue read­ing “Cross­ing Over”

Teleanamnesis

July 12, 2001 6 p.m. Fac­ulty for Infor­ma­tion Stud­ies, Uni­ver­sity of Toronto Room 307, 140 St. George Street, Toronto, Canada. CRITICAL MEDIA presents TELEANAMNESIS, a Brazil­ian ini­tia­tive involv­ing online and onsite events and pub­li­ca­tions, curated by Simone Miche­lin PPGAV/EBA/UFRJ ; CAIIA-STAR/UK (chair). As part of this project, Kátia Maciel — CPM/ECO/UFRJCAIIA-STAR/UK, RJ André Par­ente — ECO/UFRJ; CAIIA-STAR/UK, Arthur da … Con­tinue read­ing “Teleanam­ne­sis”

Points of Entry

POINTS OF ENTRY is an inter­na­tional tour­ing exhi­bi­tion project of instal­la­tions and embod­ied elec­tronic sculp­tural works using tech­nol­ogy, by Aus­tralian, Cana­dian and New Zealand artists. The works address con­tra­dic­tions and diverse pos­si­bil­i­ties of work­ing with inter­ac­tive tech­nolo­gies. The instal­la­tions range from self-standing kinetic sculp­tures, to what appears at first to be high speed model cars, … Con­tinue read­ing “Points of Entry”

Digitized Bodies: Virtual Spectacles

The Dig­i­tized Bod­ies project is archived online and we invite you to peruse the many mate­ri­als con­tained on the web­site. Crit­i­cal texts and images are avail­able at digibodies.c3.hu. This major project was pre­sented by Inter­Ac­cess Elec­tronic Media Arts Cen­tre, Toronto, Canada; the Lud­wig Museum Budapest/Museum of Con­tem­po­rary Art, Budapest, Hun­gary; C3 Cen­ter for Cul­ture and … Con­tinue read­ing “Dig­i­tized Bod­ies: Vir­tual Spec­ta­cles”