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Valerie LeBlanc, Diana Sherlock, Daniel H. Dugas, Michael McCormack, Renato Vitic.

critical discourse surrounding ideas of portability in art and art dissemination

MediaPackBoard’s sustained relevance is perhaps secured in its ability to provide a place where the subject/object divide, which is often most pronounced on the urban street, can awkwardly dissolve into one another on the face of the screen. Diana Sherlock

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Book Description

My belief is that interaction with public audiences can bring purpose to the creative process by encouraging the involvement of all potential participants at their desired level of participation.
Valerie LeBlanc

The MediaPackBoard remains as a point of permanence, a full performance, of which the whole was greater than the sum of its parts in the most unexpected ways.
Renato Vitic

It is undeniably a material object, a thing that encourages one- to-one contact in a public setting, a catalyst for exchange and a chance to say something about the world without strings attached. It is a place “of simultaneity and encounter.”
Daniel H. Dugas

MPB breaks the mold to bring media consumption into the world of imaginative reflection and contemplation.
Michael McCormack

About the Authors

Daniel H. Dugas (b. Montreal, Quebec) is a poet, videographer and musician who has participated in solo and group exhibitions as well as festivals and literary events in North America, Europe, Mexico and Australia. One of his most recent videos, Insomnie (2012), was a finalist at the 6th edition of La parola immaginata festival in Read more »