Issue 40 – Art & Technology

November 1991 – Volume 10, Number 4

Volume 10, Number 4: Art & Technology

$25.00

  • BORDERNOTES

  • The Lovely Treachery of Technology Robert Enright
  • BORDERVIEWS

  • Pretend Drive-In Scott Ellis
  • Earthbound Mechanics Joseph Christianson
  • Presents of an Absence Marie O’Hanratty
  • BORDERCOLUMN

  • The Nextworld According to Gibson Wayne Tefs
  • Essaying the Tangible Medium Notes on the Technology of Writing Dennis Cooley
  • INTERVIEWS

  • Fierce Vulnerabilities: The Art of Rebecca Horn Robert Enright
  • Drastic Measures: Brad Roberts of the Crash Test Dummies Robert Enright
  • ARTICLES

  • Biting the Screen That Feeds You Winnipeg’s Video Art Scott Ellis
  • Strange Evasions of a Computer Kind Stephen Phelps
  • Guitar Man: The Instrumental Art of Murray Favro Robert Enright
  • Bee Work: Aganetha Dyck’s Project in Progress Meeka Walsh
  • Humanus Ex Machina: The Saving Face of Technology in the Art of Robert Saucier Robert Enright
  • A Form of Spectacle Natural Science Reconsidered Gary Nickard
  • ESSAY

  • Adventures in the Dino Trade Monty Reid
  • Mentors, Mirrors, Muses and Monsters Reflections on the Relationship Between Writers and their Computers Ann Beer
  • POETRY

  • This Only Home Dennis Cooley
  • CROSSOVERS

  • The Mechanics of Intimacy Meeka Walsh
  • Song-Lines Patrick Friesen
  • Word Foxy Birk Sproxton
  • Techno Lamentations Lisa Gabrielle Mark
  • The Dictator Next Door Shelagh Rogers
  • Would the Real History Please Stand Up Elizabeth Legge
  • Muck-Rating Cecil Rosner
  • COMMENTARY

  • Letters to the Editor
  • JOURNAL

  • Pure Machine Magic: Photocopier Art by Susan Turner
  • FICTION

  • The Montreal Cats Lois Braun