Laura Gildner, Informer (installation documentation), 2020, 8 channel HD videos on 8 free standing wood panels, installation dimensions 9.14 x 0.91 x 1.90 m. Courtesy of the artist.

Elizabeth Milton
A Guided Meditation with VHS Eyelashes
2018
performance documentation

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Laura Gildner, Informer (installation documentation), 2020, 8 channel HD videos on 8 free standing wood panels, installation dimensions 9.14 x 0.91 x 1.90 m. Courtesy of the artist.

Elizabeth Milton
A Guided Meditation with VHS Eyelashes
2018
performance documentation

VIVO Media Arts Centre

VIVO Media Arts Centre (aka Video In Studios/Video Out Distribution) was incorporated in 1973 as the Satellite Video Exchange Society. It operated the first video exchange library, and was one of the earliest international video centres and Canadian artist-run centres. Its founding mandate was to facilitate international information exchange through a public video library. By the early 1980’s the organization also provided access to video equipment, basic workshops, international distribution services, and published the magazine, Video Guide.

VIVO’s mission is to directly support artists and independent community-based producers to develop, exchange, and disseminate their skills in a supportive environment through accessible services and programs.

VIVO’s vision is a robust, diverse, and vibrant media arts sector: a catalyst for critical and innovative engagement with the material forms and cultural meanings of media and technology.

Note: gallery hours are subject to change, please call to verify hours before visiting

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