Daniel Dion: parcours

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National Gallery of Canada = Musée des beaux-arts du Canada, 1993 - Art - 95 pages
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"Daniel Dion: Paths" is the catalogue for the exhibit of Dion's video art at the National Gallery of Canada. It features an interview with Dion, an essay on Dion's philosophy of breakdown video, and descriptions of his video installations which employ interactive art to interpret the effect of media technologies on society.
In his interview by Jean Gagnon, Dion discusses the emergence of video as an independent art form and his transition from performance artist to media artist. In her essay, Christine Ross shows how Dion uses video to express themes of cultural alienation and integration.

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