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alt.history #7 — belinda kwan

12 Jun



free admission



New technologies and cultural developments are often synonymous with erasure; forgetting why or how we used to do things, and what words or communities meant. By addressing moments, practices and works that have disappeared from memory (or been completely forgotten) in the last three decades, the alt.history conversation series presents experts in culture and aesthetics, in a reflection that seeks to resurface and re-examine the lost narratives of digital culture. This series is curated by Holo (, a Canadian editorial and curatorial platform created in 2012 that focuses on emerging trajectories in art, science and technology.

#7 – belinda kwan

Curator, writer, contemporary art critic and arts administrator Belinda Kwan is the guest for the seventh session of alt.history. Based in Toronto, Canada, Kwan is currently project manager at InterAccess. Founded in 1983 as Toronto Community-Videotex, InterAccess is an artist-run gallery, education centre and production studio dedicated to new media and emerging practices in art and technology. Belinda’s writing and curatorial work has been featured in publications such as Canadian Art, CBC Arts, Art Asia Pacific, BlackFlash Magazine and Bloomsbury Collections. All the projects the artist has developed – past, present and future – are documented at

support portuguese republic – culture / directorate-general for the arts. rtcp – network of portuguese theatres and cinemas

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