Welcome to Archive/Counterarchive
Archive/Counter-Archive is delighted to announce the publication of "Moments of Perception: Experimental Film in Canada," a book featuring a major essay on the history of the movement by Michael Zryd and profiles of key filmmakers by Stephen Broomer and editors Jim Shedden and Barbar
Enduring Care: An event organized by Vtape, Viral Interventions, AIDS Actions Now!, A/CA, and Visual Aids
Archive/Counter-Archive is proud to co-present Enduring Care, on Wednesday Dec. 1st.
Video Recording | Working Papers Series: Kate J. Russell | “John Waters’s Effluvic Cinema: Cult, Community, Laughter”
This talk was part of the Archive/Counter-Archive Working Papers Series, which brings together PhD students from different Universities to hear about exciting doctoral research in the area of archival studies. Our second speaker of this term was Kate J.
It is our great pleasure to welcome you to join us online for the 2021 A/CA Symposium Keynote.
Archive/Counter-Archive and The Regent Park Film Festival are pleased to announce a competition for a one-year MITACS Accelerate Post-Doctoral Fellowship position hosted by York University and The Regent Park Film Festival.
This event is organized as part of the Art/Mamas residence at Access Art Gallery in partnership with VIVO Media Arts and in dialogue with Archive/Counter Archive.
Niigaaniid: Director: Angelina McLeod
Ge-izhisegin:Running dates: July 2 akoo August 7, 2021 / July 2 to August 7, 2021
Main and Marvin Francis Media Gallery
Archive/Counter-Archive and Video Pool Media Arts Centre Present EVERYTHING IS PERMITTED; NOTHING IS POSSIBLE: Desire and Labour Under Late Capitalism
Video Pool Media Arts Centre in partnership with Archive/Counter-Archive are excited to present Everything is Permitted; Nothing is Possible a new program of works from the Video Pool collection curated by Madeline Bogoch. The program touches on issues of desire and labour under late capitalism through a collection of work that corresponds to a period of major shifts in all three, and with a focus on Queer and Feminist perspectives.
We are pleased to share the recording of Deanna Bowen's keynote, "Berlin, Berlin," that took place during Archive/Counter-Archive's Online Symposium, "Black Lives and Archival Histories in Canada," which was held on December 10-11, 2020.