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This is the new home (as of October 2008) of web projects from the Western Front artist-run-centre. It includes an archive of projects going back to 1996. Material from other Western Front websites (including aaeol.ca) has been moved here. All of these projects are linked to from various points in the mainWestern Front website.
ATTIC produced for Art's Birthday, January 17th, 2008.
The 100th Anniversary of Radio: Network versus Propaganda produced for Art's Birthday, January 14th - 20th, 2007.
Mawhrin Skel Robots - artists residency in wireless (WiFi) robotics, exhibited May 2006.
Inneretinal Recital - webcast and performance for Art's Birthday, January 17th, 2006.
I Dream Eye - on-line audio art edition by Raylene Campbell, December 2005.
Reverie: noise city - a virtual city of sound art and artists, produced for Art's Birthday 2005.
Scrambled_Bites - data streaming experiments in the summer of 2003, with events for Art's Birthday, January 2004.
Art's Birthday 2003 - the Western Front's telephone-art component of Art's Birthday, January 2003.
Music-Distance-Time-Exchange - long distance networked performance at the Macmillan Planetarium, November 2002.
Audio Art Edition - virtual audio release curated by Bill Mullan, April - May 2002.
Situ - artist in residence on-line projects curated by Elisabeth Fischer, January - July 2002.
Art's Birthday 2002 - 24 hours of network radio art, January 17th, 2002.
X, Y: The Soldier's Tale - webcast page for a performance, March 4th, 2001.
The Electric Fondue - webcast page for a perfomance, November 26, 2000.
Industrial Ear Festival - a festival of sound art at The Ironworks, September 2000.
Free Help - performance art piece by Pax Lyle, March 3, 2000.
Art's Birthday 2000 - 24 hours of radio art, January 17th, 2000.
The Relative Violin - netjam with Vienna, December 7, 1999.
Sound Travels - performance, December 1999.
~Scope - a year long project on experimental film, January - December 1999.
Phosphene - performance webcast page, November 19, 1999.
Zero Hour - netcast and events around the 10th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, produced by Vincent Trasov, November 7 and 8, 1999.
Silence Descends - artist residency audio CD project and performances, September - October 1999.
Industry and Agriculture - webcast performance with Send+Receive: a festival of sound, October 19, 1999.
ARTbarns - a global 12 hour webcast in homage to Kurt Schwitters, produced by Hank Bull, September 19, 1999.
Laura Kikauka and Gordan Monahan - artists in residence February - March 1999.
Art's Birthday 1999 - 24 hours of radio art, January 17, 1999.
Reinventing the Diva - a festival of performance art, October 14 - 18, 1998.