[artinfo] HorizonZero - EAT
by way of Adele Eisenstein <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wed, 18 Dec 2002 15:31:32 +0100
HorizonZero, The Banff Centre, Canadian Heritage, and BlueSponge cordially
invite you to attend a wintertime celebration of food and digital art!
The drink has been poured,
And the table set,
For a digital feast,
You'll never forget.
Please join us for Issue 5
EAT! : A Digital Feast
Coming December 18, 2002
A party to be held across Canada and the World at
EAT! is a pan-Canadian digital solstice party of gastronomic proportions < a
digital delight for the senses! What=B9s on the menu? Heaping platefuls of
original art: Eight jubilant artist-chefs from the West Coast to the
Maritimes have prepared a multi-course meal of media morsels to grace our
SPECIAL LIVE EVENT!!
Also, on December 21, 2002, our artists will be gathering online for Winter
solstice, the longest night of the year, to share their work, recipes, and
seasonal chatter in a cross-Canada, real-time reenactment of our dinner
It=B9s going to be a packed soir=E9e, but don=B9t worry, because there=B9s=
room at the table, and we sincerely hope you=B9ll join our hostesses Sara
Diamond and Martha Ladly for this warm, entertaining, and slightly eclectic
online social event.
Get more information on how to join the party by following the link from
Featured digital media artists:
Lisa Steele and Kim Tomczak
Michelle Kasprzak and Mike Steventon
Skawennati Tricia Fragnito and Jason Lewis
EAT! : A rich media meal that won=B9t go straight to your waistline!
EAT! features the interface and art design of very special guests
BlueSponge. Based in Montr=E9al, BlueSponge is a digital design company
acknowledged for their expertise in digital communication, content creation,
and rich Web experiences. To view their most recent achievements, visit
their Web site. Or check out Room 010, an online experience designed for the
Festival International Nouveau Cin=E9ma Nouveaux M=E9dias Montr=E9al (FCMM)=
go to http://www.fcmm.com and follow the link to "FCMM Live".
HorizonZero is a bilingual Web publication dedicated to presenting the best
in Canadian digital arts and culture. The only way to experience it is to
digital art + culture in Canada