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Circuit 4

Digital arts and culture are created, experienced, produced, archived, shared and shaped by artists who are fluent in the use of science and technology. The circuit4.ca project aims to identify and chart the innovative achievements of practitioners in this interdisciplinary field of creative exploration by developing bilingual resource that provides information about the history of digital culture in Canada, its status today, and how it fits into the international scene. The primary aim of the site was to immerse visitors in the achievements and creative explorations of Canadian digital artists and innovators.

Circuit4 was established by Nina Czegledy, Mark Beam and Nichola Feldman-Kiss with support from the Virtual Museum of Canada and the Canada Council for the Arts. The project was suspended in 2005 and in 2007 was transferred to the CCCA.

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