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Originally from England and living in Vancouver, Canada, Paul Levine is a graphic designer, writer, instructor and new media artist. His company Tangent Design (www.tangentdigital.ca) produces print projects & web sites. He was responsible for one of the Internet's early webzines "Barbed Wire" which he turned into an interactive Cdrom art project which was exhibited at the cross-Canada arts festival "Word on the Street". He has lectured on Flash development and produces new media projects that experiment with emerging technologies.
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Stark New Canadian Internet Art Project Takes on Tough Issues of Death, Grief and Loss


NOTEL Links updated:

the only place to view this project now is here
http://archive.rhizome.org/artbase/11076/

to contact the author: please email rhizome@tangentdigital.ca

the domain www.raisingthedead.ca is no longer active

DISCUSSION

Stark New Canadian Internet Art Project Takes on Tough Issues of Death, Grief and Loss


Produced by Vancouver new media artist Paul Levine as a response to the
sudden death of his brother in January 1999, "Raising the Dead" (at
www.raisingthedead.ca) is a heart-breakingly personal meditation on the loss
of a brother, a reflection on universal themes of family, death, loss and
mourning, and a unique demonstration of the difficult process involved in
shaping grief into art. Produced with assistance from the Canada Council for
the Arts, this broadband web project took two years to complete, involved
contributions for 14 Canadian artists, and contains almost three hours of
interactive and chilling memories.

Site: www.raisingthedead.ca
More info: paul@raisingthedead.ca
Media info: www.raisingthedead.ca/media.pdf

EVENT

STARK NEW CANADIAN INTERNET ART PROJECT TAKES ON TOUGH ISSUES OF DEATH, GRIEF AND LOSS


Dates:
Tue Oct 29, 2002 00:00 - Sun Oct 27, 2002

Produced by Vancouver new media artist Paul Levine as a response to the sudden death of his brother in January 1999, "Raising the Dead" (at www.raisingthedead.ca) is a heart-breakingly personal meditation on the loss of a brother, a reflection on universal themes of family, death, loss and mourning, and a unique demonstration of the difficult process involved in shaping grief into art. Produced with assistance from the Canada Council for the Arts, this broadband web project took two years to complete, involved contributions for 14 Canadian artists, and contains almost three hours of interactive and chilling memories.

Launched October 2002, Raising the Dead will be online for one year.

Site: www.raisingthedead.ca
More info: paul@raisingthedead.ca
Media info: www.raisingthedead.ca/media.pdf