Cathodic Cathedral Marshall McLuhan Circle
Windsor Law LTEC Lab and the University of Windsor School of Creative Arts (SOCA) invite you to a special guided tour with curator Professor Michael Darroch (U Windsor, SOCA) of the joint exhibit, Feedback #4: Marshall McLuhan and the Arts, between SOCA and the College for Creative Studies (Detroit).
DATE: Tuesday, March 5, 2019, 1:30 – 4:30 pm
School of Creative Arts, University of Windsor (SOCA)
37 University Ave. E.
Windsor, ON, Canada N9A 1E4
Excerpt from the Exhibit Description:
“Marshall McLuhan was an academic and a historian of literature with a passion for slang word games and jokes whose audacious observations on media and technology made him one of the most famous public intellectuals of the 1960s and an icon of pop culture. And despite all the shock of the new, McLuhan’s approach remains as fresh and pertinent today as it was back then. Maybe now that the electronic environment has finally become second nature, we are able at last to encounter the importance of McLuhan’s practice.
Feedback: Marshall McLuhan and the Arts is a recursive series of exhibitions and symposia with a focus on McLuhan’s radical, experimental publication practice. Originally exhibited at West den Haag, iterations of Feedback have been exhibited at the Canadian Embassy, Berlin; the transmediale Festival Berlin; and ZKM: Centre for Media and Art Karlsruhe.”