Electronic Newsletter
September 2011
Fondation LangloisFondation Langlois
Exceptional grant for the Cinéma Parallèle
Ex-Centris
Ex-Centris, the Cassavetes screening room

The Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science, and Technology is proud to contribute to the purchase of the Ex-Centris movie theaters complex by Cinéma Parallèle. The conversion back into the initial movie theater configuration and the installation of new equipment will be ready in October 2011.
[April 2011 Press Release]
[www.cinemaparalelle.ca]

Digital Snow
Digital Snow
Digital Snow DVD-Rom screen capture

The Daniel Langlois Foundation is currently transposing to the Web the anarchive 2: Digital Snow DVD-Rom, an extensive encyclopedia of Michael Snow's work. This new publication should be available later this year.
[More about Michael Snow and Digital Snow...]

RAM | Rethinking Art & Machine
Rethinking Art and Machine (RAM)

RAM | Rethinking Art & Machine at THEMUSEUM in Kitchener showcases the work of pioneer artists who have addressed the relationship between art and electronic technology, light, graphics, robotics, and virtual reality: Jim Campbell, George Legrady, Manfred Mohr, Alan Rath, David Rokeby, Daniel Rozin and Peter Vogel.

To complement the RAM exhibition, THEMUSEUM is running a lecture series to further delve into the topic of the intersection of art and technology featuring the RAM artists' panel, Dr. Marcel O'Gorman (University of Waterloo) and Caroline Langill (Ontario College of Art and Design).

From September 15, 2011 to January 22, 2012, at THEMUSEUM in Kitchener, Ontario (Canada).
[www.themuseum.ca]

More to explore:
Shifting Polarities
Caroline Langill
Her publication Shifting Polarities: is a survey of Canadian Electronic Media Art produced between 1970 and 1991.
Jim Campbell
Jim Campbell
Jim Campbell examines how the human mind processes representation
George Legrady
George Legrady
Having the work reflect on its context has always been a critical component of George Legrady's work.
The Giver of Names
David Rokeby
David Rokeby is an interactive sound and video installation artist based in Toronto.