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An installation by Juliana Rosales in Montreal
Juliana Rosales, nature_data
Juliana Rosales, nature_data, 2008 (installation detail)

From April to May 2008, artist and architect Juliana Rosales from Montevideo (Uruguay) participated in a research and experimentation residency at OBORO's MediaLab as part of the program Research and Experimentation Residency in Montreal for Professional Artists from Emerging Countries or Regions, offered jointly by the Daniel Langlois Foundation and OBORO.

Inside the lobby of the Caisse populaire Desjardins du Mont-Royal in Montreal, Rosales has created a botanical installation with native plants from the Laurentian. Various sensors monitor a range of environmental parameters as well as the reactions of passers-by. [More...]

Latin American Electroacoustic Music Collection
alcides lanza, ektenes III
alcides lanza, ektenes III, 1995 (score detail)

We are pleased to present the third component of the research project conducted by Ricardo Dal Farra, the Latin American Electroacoustic Music Collection.

Mr. Dal Farra has received permission from 33 Latin-American composers to post an additional 200 audio files on the Foundation's Web site. In all, 231 electroacoustic pieces are now available online, which translates into more than 40 hours of music! [More...]


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Sonia Sheridan
The industrial photocopier as a creative tool
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