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Publications by the Foundation
17 Web Publications
Publications by the Foundation: 17 Web Publications
Ghana's Highlife Music Collection, A Digital Repertoire of Recordings and Pop Art
Highlife is often described in the African survey as neo-folk or a cross-breed between folk music and imported music.
Video and Computer
The Aesthetics of Steina and Woody Vasulka
It is the aim of my article to situate video in technological, aesthetic, and media cultural perspectives.
9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering
This Web publication explores the technological aspects of this festival presented in New York in 1966, which brought together 10 artists as well as some 30 engineers.
Ricardo Dal Farra,
Latin American Electroacoustic Music Collection
Latin American electroacoustic music has a long, interesting, strong and prolific history, but it’s a history that is little known even within the region itself.
DOCAM, The DOCAM Research Alliance Web Site (2005-2010)
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.
And then it was now
In this publication, Dyson analyzes the discourse on art and technology and the social utopias surrounding E.A.T. projects between 1966 and 1972.
e-art: New Technologies and Contemporary Art
To mark the tenth anniversary of the DLF, the MMFA has presented works by ten artists who have received funding from the DLF over the years.
Eisenstein's Early Drawings
The Daniel Langlois Foundation presents a Web publication dedicated to one of Eisenstein's early sketchbooks dating from 1914, when he was 16 years old.
Sonia Sheridan & Generative Systems
This publication describes the singular methods of instruction used by Sonia Sheridan in her Generative Systems courses.
Vera Frenkel, Cartographie d'une pratique / Mapping a Practice
Given the attention that archives are currently garnering in the contemporary art world, I did not want to create a mere tribute to a passing trend, nor did I wish to echo the work or vision of the invaluable Frenkel fonds archivist.
DLF Projects in India
Since 2000, the Daniel Langlois Foundation has supported a number of projects in India. These projects have highlighted, documented and engaged various aspects of Indian culture and ecological issues, including current local and national realities.
The canon of visual art is always a site of resistance for artists who have been excluded from it.
From Analogue to Digital: Photography and Interactive Media
In 1997, the National Gallery of Canada presented a solo exhibition on the works of George Legrady, spanning twenty years of photographic production and projects that featured computers and interactivity from the 1980s onward.
Contrainte / Restraint
, An exhibition produced by the Groupe Molior
Designed by three up-and-coming curators, the show combines projects by nine new media artists from Peru and Brazil.
Images from the Future: Lost and Found in the Images du Futur collection
The observations to be found in these pages derive from a brief period of time travel, and more precisely in the future, the future of the past. They also imply a certain
affinity for archives
on the Web (2002)
The Foundation has digitized and processed the entire contents of the legendary independent magazine Radical Software.
DVD-Rom, Now on the Web (2011)
, is what Snow calls an encyclopaedia of his work of the past six decades.
Texts and Conferences
Cd-Rom and Dvd-Rom
Fonds and Collections
Web Sites Hosted by the Foundation
Selected Documents from the Collection