Kate Armstrong

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  • Independent Curator


  • Siggraph 2014

    Kate Armstrong is a Vancouver-based artist, writer, and independent curator producing exhibitions, events, and publications in contemporary media art in Vancouver, Canada, and internationally. She is a founder of Revised Projects and co-directed the Goethe Satellite, an initiative of the GoetheInstitut to produce 10 exhibitions and commissions in Vancouver between 2011 and 2013. Recent curatorial projects include the electronic literature commission Tributaries & Text-Fed Streams (2008) for the Capilano Review; Group Show (2010) for the Vancouver Winter Olympics; Electric Speed (2011–2012) for the Surrey Art Gallery; Extract: Text Works from the Archive (2012) for Grunt Gallery; and Live/Work Hypercube (2013) for the New Forms Festival. Armstrong is the author of Crisis & Repetition: Essays on Art and Culture (Michigan State University Press, 2002). Other books include Medium (2011), Source Material Everywhere (2011), and the 12-volume Path (2008/2012). Armstrong is Director of the Social + Interactive Media (SIM) Centre at Emily Carr University of Art + Design, and an Artistic Director of the International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) in 2015.

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