[Spring 1998] This article was originally published only in French. You can read it by switching over to the French version of this page. Paris, l’Harmattan, coll. «Champs visuels», 1996, 269 pages.
[Spring 1998] Petra Mueller lives and works in Montreal. In 1992, she earned a master’s degree in fine arts from Concordia University, and she is currently teaching in a course on media and technology in Concordia’s communications department. Her work has been exhibited in Montreal and throughout Canada over the last number of years, and […]
[Spring 1998] Nathalie Caron was born in Montreal. A multidisciplinary artist, she is a poet, photographer, and actor. Her work has been exhibited in a number of galleries, art centres, and museums in Quebec and Europe. Among her most recent exhibitions are Les Personnes, produced in collaboration with video artist Charles Guilbert and presented in […]
[Spring 1998] KaapEngine (Prototype), ca. 1996 http://www.stedelijk.nl/capricorn/øøkaap/start.html Gerald Van Der Kaap lives and works in the Netherlands. His works have appeared in many museums, galleries, and contemporary art biennales throughout the world, and been widely published. He is currently working on transforming a new waste incinerator near the town of Enschede, the Netherlands, into a […]
[Spring 1998] by Franck Michel The Internet, that network of networks, is now a part of daily life for many of us; we surf the ’Net looking for things or just for entertainment. For artists, this communications tool comprises a new area of exploration with immense potential. Some use it as the main support for […]