Digital Gardens: A World in Mutation
Digital Gardens: A World in Mutation was an exhibition in Fall 1996, featuring works by several leading-edge Canadian and international artists that explored the effect of advanced technology on our living environment. With insight and irony, Doug Buis, Mat Collishaw, Gregory Crewdson, Rosemary Laing, and Janine Cirincione + Michael Ferraro considered the mutations that nature, subordinated to technology, is currently undergoing in fact and in our perceptions.
This illustrated exhibition catalogue includes speculative and informative essays by the exhibition’s curator, Louise Dompierre, and by two notable commentators on the evolving role of technology on culture and nature, Verena Andermatt Conley and Janine Marchessault.
- Author(s): Janine Marchessault, Louise Dompierre, Verena Andermatt Conley
- Publisher: The Power Plant
- Year: 1996
- ISBN: 0-921047-21-5
- Pages: 123
- Illustrations: Colour
- Dimensions: 13.5 x 20.5 cm
- Availability: In stock