Susan Schuppli / Southern Alberta Art Gallery, 2002 (Canada)
Creation : Susan Schluppli
Technical assistants : Dana Dansereau, Tess Takahashi
Photography : Don Gill, Frank Welder
Video actress : Adriana Kulper
Voice over : Patrick mahon
Susan Schuppli / Southern Alberta Art Gallery, 2002
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Southern Alberta Art Gallery, 2002 (Canada)
is an interactive CD-ROM which explores the history and culture of the
telephone in order to reflect on contemporary communications technologies.
Based on a multisite public art exhibition by the author, Phony explores an ensemble of typical telephone situations on a dramatic mode.
Phony was a multi-sited public art project installed in venues throughout
downtown Lethbridge (Alberta, Canada). It borrowed the metaphor of the
web for its spatial organization by moving viewers through
a series of physically distinct but electronically linked spaces. The
project dealt with communication technologies by looking at the culture
and history of the telephone. Using a familiar, but now old technology,
the rotary dial telephone, Phony tried to ask questions about what is
new and different about new technologies and what the value of that
difference might be.