Posts Tagged ‘archives’

16 Mar

Once we enter into a photograph, even for a fleeting glance, we become changed. And if we take the time to look around ‘in there’, imagining the view to the left and right, farther off in the horizon and even back behind us, we can be there with the person who looks out to us. As she/he looks into the camera, we look back to her/him through the lens of the photographer; on a clear day, time and space melt in

8 Dec

A Rose is a Rose is a Rose: an archive by any other name is an archive. Under Archive definitions – Part of the difficulty is to do with language and terminology. Curators and archivists would agree that they are both involved with ‘collections’ and with ‘preservation’ and ‘access’ but disagree about their understanding of the terms. – Archives in Museums …In the 3rd paragraph of EMMEDIA’s Mission

18 Aug

Who makes public records and how? In the future, how will archiving be carried out for the Internet? What sites will be included, what will be discarded, and for what reasons? Will market pressure alone determine online

15 Jul

• 2005 Prairie Tales 7th Annual Tour of Alberta Film & Video, Bye Bye Three-Quarter Inch, touring • 2005 Alberta Scene Albertaine, Bye Bye Three-Quarter Inch, National Archives Theatre, Ottawa, ON • 2004 Faculty Exhibition, ACAD, Bye Bye Three-Quarter Inch, Calgary, AB Facing down the idea of dragging a crate of over one hundred three-quarter inch Umatic mastertapes and raw footage along on yet another move, I

About Valerie LeBlanc

Originally from Halifax, Nova Scotia, pluri-­disciplinary artist and writer Valerie LeBlanc has worked in Canada, the United States, Europe, and Australia. Her creations travel between poetry, performance, visual and written theory. Valerie LeBlanc has been creating video poetry since the mid 1980’s, and is the creator of the MediaPackBoard (MPB), portable screening / performance device. In the fall of 2012, she published her play The Raft, through Basic Bruegel Editions.

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