Texts by Renee Baert and Michelle Hirschhorn
This is the first significant publication on Toronto-based artist Max Dean, an artist whose work extends from performance in the late 1970s to twenty-first century acclaimed robotic projects. With texts by Renee Baert, and Michelle Hirschhorn, this publication marks two events: the inaugural presentation of BE ME, an interactive video installation in which Dean has adapted and extended leading-edge animation software, and an international symposium entitled Interactivity in New Media Art, organized in conjunction with 2005 OAG exhibition and held at the National Gallery of Canada.
80 pp; hardcover
22 ill. (19 col.); 10 x 8 in