Toxicity

Inaugural exhibition, conference, and workshop of a series of international exhibitions and conferences surrounding the notion of toxicities in the biotechnical sphere.
Co-Curated by Dr. Melentie Pandilovski and Dr. Jennifer Willet
A Project of Video Pool Media Arts Centre & Incubator Lab at the University of Windsor
Co-Presented by Plug In ICA
Visit ToxicityWinnipeg.com for more information

TOXICITY WINNIPEG

Presented by:

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With funding from:

Canada Council for the Arts    ArtsSA-Colour_H

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Four Screenings Celebrating 30 Years of Video Pool

30 Years of Video Pool

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Beneath the Surface: An Exhibition of New Work by Video Pool’s 2012 Fund Recipients

Beneath The Surface

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Video Pool’s radio interview!

 

Radio interview 

Make sure to listen to an episode of Eat Your Arts And Vegetables on CKUW. 

Video Pool’s Director Melentie Pandilovski, Grant Guy and Ken Gregory 

talk about the Media Art and 30th Anniversary Celebrations. 

The interview starts 3 minutes in.

 
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Roy Ascott: The Analogues

Video Pool Media Arts Centre & Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art present Roy Ascott: The Analogues

July 4 – September 28, 2013

Roy Ascott: The Analogues

Roy Ascott

Roy Ascott: The Analogues explores a small but crucial body of work by English inter-media artist and theorist Roy Ascott (b. 1934). The works in the exhibition were all created in England between 1963 and 1967. They form a small but crucial part of the artist’s “Analogue” works – non-digital, two-dimensional and non-representational wall works that pre-figure his later artwork and theories relating to computer networks, viewer interaction, and telematics. Telematics is the integration of computers and telecommunication technologies that have enabled such now familiar applications as e-mail. Ascott first coined the term “telematic art” to describe the use of online computer networks as an art medium.

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Art’s Birthday 2013 – The Gold Standard

Art's Birthday 2013 - The Gold Standard

Video Pool cordially invites you to:

~Art’s Birthday~

Video Pool Media Arts Centre presents:
1000 050
Art’s Birthday
Thursday January 17th, 2013

The Gold Standard

Frame Arts Warehouse – 318 Ross Avenue
8 p.m. to Midnight
Admission: $7.00
or $5.00 (with gold attire)

Video Screenings
Installations
DJ Mama Cutsworth
‘All That Glitters’

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Post-Cinema: Still and Moving Images by Clint Enns

Post Cinema - Clint Enns

Opening Reception March 8, 7pm

Clint Enns is a video artist and filmmaker from Winnipeg, Manitoba, whose work primarily deals with moving images created with broken and/or outdated technologies. His work has shown both nationally and internationally at festivals, alternative spaces and mircocinemas.

He has recently completed a Master’s degree in mathematics at the University of Manitoba, and is currently continuing his graduate studies in cinema and media at York University. His writings and interviews have appeared in Millennium Film Journal, Incite! Journal of Experimental Media and Spectacular Optical.

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