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Research Residencies at the Daniel Langlois Foundation's CR+D and at OBORO

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Grants for Researchers in Residence: Deadline September 30, 2007  

The deadline for submission of research proposals for the Grants for Researchers in Residence Program is September 30, 2007.

The two research components include: CR+D documentary collections and archival fonds and Information architecture and online publishing. As in previous years, the Daniel Langlois Foundation will award two research grants for 2008. The proposals selected will allow researchers to work at the Foundation's Centre for Research and Documentation (CR+D).

An online application form is available on our Web site and must be used by all individuals wishing to apply for this program :
http://www.fondation-langlois.org/flash/e/index.php?Lstsrv=200708&NumPage=121

To view the list of researchers supported by the Foundation :
http://www.fondation-langlois.org/flash/e/index.php?Lstsrv=200708&NumPage=148



Research Residencies at OBORO: Deadline September 30, 2007  

The project proposal submission deadline for Research and Experimentation Residencies in Montreal for Professional Artists from Emerging Countries or Regions is September 30, 2007.

The Daniel Langlois Foundation offers this program in collaboration with OBORO, an artist-run centre in Montreal. Two residency grants will be offered to professional artists from emerging countries. These grants aim to help the successful applicants in their research, experiments and project development, while allowing them to work in a different environment than their region or country of origin. 

An online application form is available on our Web site and must be used by all individuals wishing to apply for this program:
http://www.fondation-langlois.org/flash/e/index.php?Lstsrv=200708&NumPage=516



2007 Researchers in Residence: Lizzie Muller and Caitlin Jones/Paul Kuranko  

Lizzie Muller (Sydney, Australia) and Caitlin Jones and Paul Kuranko (New York, U.S.) are the 2007 recipients of the Researchers in Residence grant. Both residencies will examine the documentation methodologies of new media art while carrying out fieldwork at the exhibition Communicating Vessels: New Technologies and Contemporary Art - Ten Years of Accomplishments by the Daniel Langlois Foundation (e-art) presented at The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (September 20 - December 9, 2007). The residencies will be conducted at the Foundation's Centre for Research and Documentation (CR+D).

Lizzie Muller will be in Montreal from September to December 2007. Muller's residency will aim to champion the central role of human experience in the way we research and document new media art. Current projects supported by the Foundation will provide a dynamic testing ground for developing sound documentation practices and will form the basis for a valuable body of material:
http://www.fondation-langlois.org/flash/e/index.php?Lstsrv=200708&NumPage=1987

Jones and Kuranko will be in Montreal in September 2007. During their residency, they will undertake three case studies of artworks and will survey and assess the considerable amount of activity in the field of media art preservation and documentation:
http://www.fondation-langlois.org/flash/e/index.php?Lstsrv=200708&NumPage=1988

The researchers will make all findings available through the Daniel Langlois Foundation Web site.

For more information about the exhibition Communicating Vessels: New Technologies and Contemporary Art - Ten Years of Accomplishments by the Daniel Langlois Foundation (e-art):
http://www.fondation-langlois.org/flash/e/index.php?Lstsrv=200708&NumPage=2080



3rd DOCAM Annual Summit: Montreal, September 27, 2007  

The Daniel Langlois Foundation is pleased to announce that the third annual Summit of the DOCAM Research Alliance (Documentation and Conservation of the Media Arts Heritage) will be held at The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts on September 27, 2007.

DOCAM is a major multidisciplinary research endeavour initiated by the Daniel Langlois Foundation in collaboration with numerous national and international partners and funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

The third annual international Summit will provide an opportunity for members of the DOCAM research committees to begin presenting their research results delving into the challenges of preserving and documenting technology-based works of art.

Among the guest speakers slated to appear at the Summit are Richard Rinehart of the Berkeley Museum and Pacific Film Archives & Rina Pantalony from the Department of Justice Canada, Dieter Daniels, director of the Boltzmann Institute, and Canadian artist Stan Douglas.

For more information and the complete Summit program, please consult the Alliance's Web site at: 
http://www.docam.ca/

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