Kevin Day, Nathan McNinch : A Scanner Ubiquity

Egers, Wayne. Kevin Day, Nathan McNinch : A Scanner Ubiquity. Kamloops, BC: Arnica Artist-Run Centre, 2014.

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Abstract (English)

" A Scanner Ubiquity is an installation of three works by conceptual artists Kevin Day and Nathan McNinch from Vancouver, BC. Their simple machines and counter graphs, intentionally designed to produce obsolescence as a point of resistance to an information age dominated by post-Fordist capital, challenge us to become aware of the omnipresent data in which we are swimming; and like a fish pulled out of water, we may gasp for embodied breath, temporarily disoriented by our sudden emergence into the unfamiliar and rarified air of data awareness. " -- Page 2 of brochure.

Types: Brochures, booklets, leaflets, pamphlets
All Contributors: Egers, Wayne (Author); Egers, Wayne (Interviewer); McNinch, Nathan (Interviewee); Day, Kevin (Interviewee)
Dossier: 353 - ARNICA ARTIST-RUN CENTRE (Kamloops)
Language of Publication: English; French
Publishers: Kamloops, BC: Arnica Artist-Run Centre
Artists: Day, Kevin; McNinch, Nathan
Event Title: Kevin Day, Nathan McNinch : A Scanner Ubiquity
Type: Exhibition
Location: Arnica Artist-Run Centre (Kamloops, BC)
Dates: 24 October - 27 November 2014
Keywords: DATA; INFORMATION; MACHINE; INFOGRAPHIC; COLLECTION; AWARENESS
Copyright Statement: Arnica Artist-Run Centre
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Deposited by: Artexte Stagiaire
Date Deposited: 08 Feb 2022 18:16
Last Modified: 22 Feb 2022 17:57
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/33545
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