Journées de la culture 2016

Workshop, 2 October, 11am–5pm

For this year’s Journées de la culture, the CCA presents guided tours of Archaeology of the Digital: Complexity and Convention on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, as well as a public workshop on Sunday:

Shaughnessy House Rebooted
Join us as the CCA’s Victorian centrepiece is transformed through interactive installations that redefine its physical boundaries. Created by Montreal media artists, these immersive environments respond to the digital nature of the projects featured in the exhibition Archaeology of the Digital: Complexity and Convention. How do digital tools modify our perception of space and of architecture? Visitors are invited to test the boundaries of these digital environments and explore the borders between reality, representation, and technology.

Presented in collaboration with Mathieu Désilets, Salim Lounis, and Jean-Claude Macena (UQAM Médias interactifs), and Paloma Dawkins.

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