A collaboration with Sydney Hermant, random journal (2000) was a transnational new (back then) media project bringing together storytelling events and site-specific audio recording from across contexts in Canada and Eastern Europe. Its outcome was a random snapshot of an era in the form of an interactive web-based multilingual two-track randomly mixed sound installation. It was hosted by the C3 Centre for Culture and Communication in Budapest, Hungary, and included partnership with Tranzit House Centre for Contemporary Art and Culture, Cluj-Napoca, Romania and Happy Man Institute, Bukovac, Serbia. It was exhibited at the Ontario Science Centre’s Idée/Idea Gallery in 2007. Programmed by Al Shum.
This work was supported by the Canada Council for the Arts.