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 News from the Daniel Langlois Foundation - February 2006 Html  Français 
   
   


Sketchbook 1914, Eisenstein's Early Drawings

Radical Software publication, 1970-1974

Yvonne Spielmann, Video and Computer: The Aesthetics of Steina and Woody Vasulka

George Legrady, From analogue to digital: photography & interactive media

Ricardo Dal Farra, Latin American Electroacoustic Music collection

Viva Paci, Lost and Found in the Images du Futur collection

Multimedia Mosaic

OLATS, Observatoire Leonardo des Arts et des Techno-Sciences

radioqualia, Radio Astronomy

Thomas McIntosh, Ondulation

Luc Courchesne, The Visitor: Living by Numbers

AElab, Data

 

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 Revamping of our monthly electronic newsletter

The Daniel Langlois Foundation has changed the format of its monthly electronic newsletter. On the left, you'll notice a number of thumbnail images. Each of these corresponds to specific content accessible via our Web site: diverse electronic publications produced by the Foundation, findings by our researchers in residence, audiovisual and educational materials, and on-line resources. In short, you'll find an interesting selection of the rich content available on the Foundation's Web site. Enjoy your explorations! Jean Gagnon, Executive Director.


 Sylvie Lacerte, Accredited Researcher 2005

The Foundation is pleased to announce the publication on its Web site of the text 9 Evenings and Experiments in Art and Technology: a gap to fill in art history's recent chronicles, by Sylvie Lacerte. In Spring 2005, Ms. Lacerte was an accredited researcher with the Foundation, where she prepared a paper that she delivered at REFRESH! The First International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology, held at the Banff New Media Institute from September 28 to October 3, 2005. Following her in-depth research into the many activities conducted by EAT to support artists in their experiments with technology in the 1960's and 1970's, Ms. Lacerte asks why the chronicles of this groundbreaking organisation have been largely overlooked by the majority of works that examine art history of the past four decades. In her text, she offers a few hypothesis to help explain this mystery. [More...]


 DOCAM: Documentation and Conservation of the Media Arts Heritage

The DOCAM research Alliance announces the launch of its new Web site www.docam.ca. Initiated by the Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science, and Technology, DOCAM's primary objective is to develop new methodologies and tools to address the issues of preserving and documenting technological and electronic works of art. The DOCAM Web site allows visitors to explore the research alliance's key areas of focus:
- The conservation of works of art featuring technological components
- Documentation strategies and structures adapted to these works of art
- A typology and historical listing of the technologies deployed by the artists
- Catalogue structures and methods for works featuring technological components
- Terminological tools and structures for the electronic arts
The DOCAM Web site also offers a list of related research committees and their members, information on DOCAM events, and electronic and media art conservation and documentation resource directories. Research reports and articles on case studies conducted by DOCAM will also be added regularly to the site. And finally, a thematic scan of the key research areas targeted by DOCAM is accessible from the site. [More...]


 New CR+D Acquisitions
Here is a list of the most recent acquisitions made by the Foundation's Centre for Research and Documentation (CR+D). [More...]

 About the Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science, and Technology

The Daniel Langlois Foundation's purpose is to further artistic and scientific knowledge by fostering the meeting of art and science in the field of technologies. The Foundation seeks to nurture a critical awareness of technology's implications for human beings and their natural and cultural environments, and to promote the exploration of aesthetics suited to evolving human environments. The Centre for Research and Documentation (CR+D) seeks to document history, artworks and practices associated with electronic and digital media arts and to make this information available to researchers in an innovative manner through data communications. [http://www.fondation-langlois.org/]

   
             
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