C.O.D.E. at Emily Carr University

February 2, 2010 § Leave a comment

C.O.D.E. stands for Cultural Olympiad’s Digital Edition, an event filled with artworks focusing on participation, exploration and research. The exhibition will take Emily Carr University’s hallways, classrooms and staircases on a maze of art that will spill to the surrounding outdoor area. One of my favourite Canadian artists, Janet Cardiff will be showing a work she developed with Georges Bures Miller, The Paradise Institute, a sound and visual experience. CODE Dialogues will bring together artists and curators for a forum on the role of digital practices today.
Vancouver is a great place to be right now. I just hope I will have time to attend all the interesting events happening around this month. And I am not talking about snow sports…

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