ARTSCANADA: The New Technology and the Arts #105 (Toronto: Society for Art Publication, February 1967).
ARTSCANADA: The New Technology and the Arts #105 (Toronto: Society for Art Publication, February 1967).
ARTSCANADA: The New Technology and the Arts #105 (Toronto: Society for Art Publication, February 1967).
ARTSCANADA: The New Technology and the Arts #105 (Toronto: Society for Art Publication, February 1967).
ARTSCANADA: The New Technology and the Arts #105 (Toronto: Society for Art Publication, February 1967).
ARTSCANADA: The New Technology and the Arts #105 (Toronto: Society for Art Publication, February 1967).
ARTSCANADA: The New Technology and the Arts #105 (Toronto: Society for Art Publication, February 1967).

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ARTSCANADA: The New Technology and the Arts #105 (Toronto: Society for Art Publication, February 1967).

4to. Wrps., 22pp., with 7-inch flexidisc record and 8pp. tabloid insert (Artscan). Illustrated throughout.

Includes a 3pp. photo-illustrated report by the journal's editor, Barry Lord, on the Exploding Plastic Inevitable show held at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario on November 12, 1966, the Velvet Underground's first show outside the United States. One of the ten photographs shows Nico playing the piano, the only known photograph of her playing the instrument at a VU performance.

Also: Marshall McLuhan ("Technology and environment"), 3pp.; "The sensory dynamics of new technology" by Arnold Rockman (3pp.); Paul Russell on "Les Levine's Slipcover" (2pp.), a recently completed inflatable work incorporating light and moving images (illustrated in colour on the front cover); and "The electronic computer: a new tool for the artist" by Leslie Mezei (2pp.).

The Artscan newspaper insert features Paul Krassner on The Bread & Puppet Theatre; Paul Overy on the closure of Signals in London; and exhibition, film and book reviews.

The 331/3 rpm flexidisc record contains "From Futurism to kinetics," a discussion chaired by Brydon Smith with collector Ayala Zacks and sculptor Ted Bieler.

Fine, still sealed in original clear plastic mailing wrapper, as issued.

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