New Media Residencies 2001-2002
• André Clément, Exogène: The project aims at using cyberspace as a corridor allowing for the transit of photographs reproducing architectural spaces, images and objects, with a view to rebuild virtually a complex photodigital space.
• Ramona Ramlochand / Diana Shearwood, aMazing Place: aMazing Place explores the concrete world of Montréal, emphasizing its generic resemblance to large urban centres around the world.
• Andrew Brouse, Goudron: This work examines the detritus of recent North American industrial production which has laid waste to large portions of our natural heritage while paradoxically being eerily beautiful.
• Christine Stewart, DVD Authoring: The residency focuses on advanced motion graphics techniques for video and web integration comprising a DVD Authoring workshop for artists.
• Marc Fournel, Sphère: Sphère focuses on the interstices between the electronic virtualisation process (visual, linguistic and audio) and the residual form resulting from the dematerialisation process of the art object brought about by the convergence of personal telecommunications and computers.
• Jennifer Fisher, Haptic: Haptic artworks engage not only the eyes, but the entire body: its surfaces, interior sensations and the forces and energies which surround it. Her project explores the use of multisensory 3D computer applications and haptic interfaces in contemporary art practice.