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Launch of new Daniel Langlois Foundation Web site
We invite you to discover the new Web site of the Daniel Langlois Foundation. The new user interface has been designed to promote the discovery of the wealth of resources available on the site and in the Foundation's collections. Its search tool provides quick access to a wide variety of information on electronic arts and the Foundation's other key interests. By bringing forward links and associations between the various contents of the Web site, the new user environment encourages active exploration.

This new incarnation of the Foundation's Web site is the first step towards our fully collaborative and participatory site, which will allow our partners and the public to contribute directly to specific sections.

Pay a visit, linger a while and feel free to send us your comments and suggestions!

Juliana Rosales residency at OBORO
Juliana Rosales
Juliana Rosales, Nature Data, 2007

The Foundation is pleased to announce that Juliana Rosales (Uruguay) has been named the grant recipient of the Research and Experimentation Residency in Montreal for Professional Artists from Emerging Countries or Regions. This residency program is offered jointly by the Daniel Langlois Foundation and OBORO, a Montreal-based centre that promotes the production and presentation of contemporary and new media art.

Juliana Rosales will arrive from Montevideo at the beginning of April to begin her residency, and will work at the OBORO MediaLab until the end of May. During her residency, she will develop a botanical installation of native plants in order to test their adaptation within an artificial environment. This yearlong structure, along with a plant monitoring system, will be located on the premises at OBORO. [More...]

e-art International Symposium
The Daniel Langlois Foundation is pleased to present the online version of the conferences held as part of its exhibition e-art: New Technologies and Contemporary Art, presented at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in the fall of 2007. These conferences, led by Jean Gagnon, Anne-Marie Duguet, Jim Campbell, David Rokeby, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Olivier Asselin, Cornelius Bork and Ernestine Daubner, are now accessible via the exhibition Web site.

More to explore:
Yvonne Spielmann
Yvonne Spielmann
Video and Computer: The Aesthetics of Steina and Woody Vasulka
George Legrady
George Legrady
From Analogue to Digital: Photography & Interactive Media
Proportional Control System
Fred Waldhauer
9 Evenings fonds.
File: Proportional Control System
Viva Paci
Viva Paci
Images from the Future: Lost and Found in the Images du Futur collection
Sylvie Lacerte
Sylvie Lacerte
9 Evenings and Experiments in Art and Technology
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