New Writing, New Technologies Launch Party for TCR 2-50: Artifice and Intelligence, guest edited by Andrew Klobucar With panel discussion, food, & live a/v by CineCitta
Presented by the Capilano Review and Upgrade! Vancouver
May 17, 2007
The latest issue of The Capilano Review: 2-50 - Artifice and Intelligence, features an array of cultural producers currently investigating the complex and rapidly evolving relationships between writing, art, and digital technology.
Join us as we explore critical questions on how contemporary developments in media technologies - its tools and methods - continue to influence many of today's most important literary and art movements, and how these new technologies affect the concept of knowledge.
Panel discussion with Jim Andrews, Kate Armstrong, David Jhave Johnston, Laura Marks, Sandra Seekins, and Darren Wershler-Henry, moderated by Andrew Klobucar.
Join us for food, drinks and live a/v by CineCitta 7:30pm
Panel discussion: 8:30 pm
Intersections Digital Studios (IDS)
Emily Carr Institute of Art + Design
1399 Johnston Street, Granville Island
Supported by The Canada Council for the Arts, Capilano College, Upgrade! Vancouver, & Emily Carr Institute for Art and Design. Darren Wershler-Henry appears courtesy of Capilano College's new Creative Writing Program reading series OPEN TEXT.
The Capilano Review: 2-50 - Artifice and Intelligence
Contributors: Global Telelanguage Resources
David Jhave Johnston
Laura U. Marks