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  • Photo du jour: L’Homme (Man, Three Disks) by Alexander Calder - Spacing Montreal
    Curiosities Events Features Food Green Space Headlines History Housing Infrastructure Maps Media Neighbourhoods Parks Photos Politics Services Spacing Streetscape Traffic Transit Urban Design Walking Waterfront Region Topic Photos Comments 0 Tweet Photo du jour L Homme Man Three Disks by Alexander Calder October 7 2013 By Martin New L Homme Man Three Disks sculpture Location île Sainte Hélène Date of photo October 3 2013 Photographer Martin New at Montreal in Pictures Subscribe to Mag Share Post Tweet Post Buy Merch andise Tweet More posts by Martin New Neither the author nor Spacing necessarily agrees with posted comments Spacing reserves the right to edit or delete comments entirely See our Comment Policy Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue Subscribe In these stores Popular Posts Montage du jour L orphelinat Notre Dame de Liesse et la crèche d Youville Le Faubourg à m lasse les origines d une légende urbaine Snowdon discoveries It s Tempo season Centre communautaire de l Est Pierrefonds Roxboro From the Spacing Store 22 Buy yourself a subscription 22 Buy a renewal subscription 22 Buy a

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  • New geographic eReader called nomad from Spacing editor Shawn Micallef looking for your support - Spacing Montreal
    can make it real a boost is a vote of confidence in the idea no money required and the we is myself and Tony O Donoghue who is part of another Canadian success story the Kobo reader Smart phones and tablets that know where you are have revolutionized the way we make our way around the city Applications like Toronto s Rocket Radar know where you re standing and tell you when and where the closest bus or streetcar is In cities across Canada local apps help us figure out where to eat get a bike flat tire fixed or even help with getting a date Here at Spacing the success we ve had with the magazine over the last nine years is due in part to trying to connect our stories to specific places as much as possible We can relate to place and connecting ideas to place helps them seem more real Imagine walking around Dublin reading Ulysses on an eReader that brings you right to the place the passage you re reading happens at Or one that finds relevant passages close to where you might currently be standing nomad will launch using my book Stroll Psychogeographic Walking Tours of Toronto which is intimately connected with this city s geography but there are loads of Canadian books that could be read using nomad like Douglas Coupland s City of Glass in Vancouver or Mordecai Richler s The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz in Montreal Eventually you ll be able to buy any geographically connected book or magazine article and read it using nomad which will automatically connect it to relevant places There are bunch of great Canadian made projects on the Idea Boost site that you should check out and boost if you like them some geographic in nature

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/montreal/2012/09/13/new-geographic-ereader-called-nomad-from-spacing-editor-shawn-micallef-looking-for-your-support/ (2015-11-17)
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  • Shawn Micallef, Author at Spacing Montreal
    Earth or Streetview to see where the story and Read More Communication A Street With a View in Pittsburgh As Google Street View spreads from city to city it s inevitable that people will try to do some fun things when the Read More Community Welcome Back America November 4th Celebration Oct 29 Update There are 557 people signed up on the Facebook page many from Toronto but there are growing Montreal numbers If Read More Communication Seen in Montreal In the washroom of the cafe where we held our Spacing Montreal anniversary party on Sunday I found this statement scrawled on the Read More Spacing TIFF goes to Montreal I was content to let the Toronto International Film Festival pass by without any personal involvement even riding out my way Read More Cities at night from space A neat video showing photographs of cities from space with a resolution and quality not seen before The ability of these rocket Read More Media Detroit 1965 The above video was made as part of Detroit s bid to host the Olympics and if you have 18 minutes to spare it s worth a look While Read More Urban Design Deer hunting in Sudbury Two weeks ago I spent Good Friday afternoon walking around the fine and solid City of Sudbury Because it was a holiday the city felt Read More Montreal in Dublin IRELAND A day trip to Dublin reveals many fine things but none finer than this bus with a Montreal advertisement seen yesterday Read More Architecture Poor NOLA The violent struggle to rebuild a great city On his blog yesterday Richard Florida posted Shades of Robert Moses and asked So you thought urban renewal and Read More Post navigation Older posts Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/montreal/author/shawn-micallef/ (2015-11-17)
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  • Watch NFB: Experience Vincent Morisset's Bla Bla live in the Quartier des Spectacles - Spacing Montreal
    here on Spacing that explore public spaces Canadian or international cities and anything urban The NFB is one of Canada s greatest resources Click here to view their entire online collection As part of the International Digital Arts Biennial in Montreal the Quartier des Spectacles is playing host to an open air laboratory for digital arts with the facades of 7 different buildings being used to showcase the work of local and international artists This Parcours Numerique or Digital Route runs from May 17 until June 3 and one of the projects being featured is our very own Bla Bla The installation was designed specifically for the space outside the Saint Laurent metro station and is based on Vincent Morisset s original online project Bla Bla a film for computer The seemingly simple interactive tale offers a new look at how humans communicate and reflects on the challenge of telling stories in the digital age I highly encourage you to drop by any night between the hours of 9 pm and 2 am and experience the magic for yourself To give you an idea of what you ll see here are some photos taken by photographer Dominque Lafond And for those of you who wonder how the magic happens here s a short film detailing how the installation was erected If you haven t yet seen the original online version of Bla Bla check it out here Subscribe to Mag Share Post Tweet Post Buy Merch andise Related Posts Rethinking Brossard s Panama Hub What does a Starbucks in Jean Talon Market Say About our Urban Landscape Tweet More posts by Julie Matlin Neither the author nor Spacing necessarily agrees with posted comments Spacing reserves the right to edit or delete comments entirely See our Comment Policy Leave a Reply

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/montreal/2012/05/29/vincent-morisset-bla-bla-installation/ (2015-11-17)
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  • Julie Matlin, Author at Spacing Montreal
    continue our partnership with the National Film Board of Canada to showcase films and interactive Read More Media Watch NFB God s Lake Narrows Editor Spacing is pleased to continue our partnership with the National Film Board of Canada to showcase films and interactive Read More Media Watch NFB St Henri The 26th of August Editor Spacing is pleased to continue our partnership with the National Film Board of Canada to showcase films and interactive Read More Media Watch NFB Radiant City Editor Spacing is pleased to continue our partnership with the National Film Board of Canada to showcase films and interactive Read More Media Watch NFB Welcome to Pine Point Editor Spacing is pleased to continue our partnership with the National Film Board of Canada to showcase films and interactive Read More Media Watch NFB Holy Mountain an interactive project based on Montreal s Mount Royal Editor Spacing is pleased to continue our partnership with the National Film Board of Canada to showcase films and interactive Read More Culture Watch NFB Highrise Out My Window a 360 interactive documentary about vertical living Editor Spacing is pleased to announce we re resuming our partnership with the National Film Board of

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/montreal/author/juliemartin/ (2015-11-17)
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  • VIDEO: The Social Life of Small Places - Spacing Montreal
    Photos Politics Services Spacing Streetscape Traffic Transit Urban Design Walking Waterfront Region Topic Media Comments 0 Tweet VIDEO The Social Life of Small Places April 22 2012 By Matthew Blackett William Whyte got it right the legendary urbanist created the film The Social Life of Small Places that has become one of the best learning tools for students professionals and urbanists about understanding the dynamics of public spaces The films is almost an hour long but its worth that watch on a Sunday afternoon Subscribe to Mag Share Post Tweet Post Buy Merch andise Tweet More posts by Matthew Blackett Neither the author nor Spacing necessarily agrees with posted comments Spacing reserves the right to edit or delete comments entirely See our Comment Policy Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue Subscribe In these stores Popular Posts Montage du jour L orphelinat Notre Dame de Liesse et la crèche d Youville Le Faubourg à m lasse les origines d une légende urbaine Snowdon discoveries It s Tempo season Centre communautaire de l Est Pierrefonds Roxboro From the Spacing Store

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/montreal/2012/04/22/video-the-social-life-of-small-places/ (2015-11-17)
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  • Matthew Blackett, Author at Spacing Montreal
    is deadline for Creative Mapping Contest Spacing magazine presents the CREATIVE MAPPING CONTEST Do you love maps Are you an illustrator graphic designer or visual Read More Maps Spacing s Creative Mapping Contest deadline on Monday Spacing magazine presents the CREATIVE MAPPING CONTEST Do you love maps Are you an illustrator graphic designer or visual Read More Media VIDEO The Social Life of Small Places William Whyte got it right the legendary urbanist created the film The Social Life of Small Places that has become one Read More Maps Enter Spacing s creative mapping contest Spacing magazine presents the CREATIVE MAPPING CONTEST Do you love maps Are you an illustrator graphic designer or visual Read More Events Spacing party in Vancouver this Friday WHAT Spacing s 2nd national issue release party WHEN Friday February 3rd 2012 9pm 1am WHERE Canvas Lounge 99 Powell St in Read More Spacing Contribute photos to Spacing s next national issue As we mentioned last week Spacing will continue to publish a national edition of the magazine twice a year plus two Toronto centric Read More Spacing Spacing s next issue will be national With the success of Spacing s first national issue our special summer edition has sold twice as well as any previous issue Read More Culture FAVOURITE FRIDAY Which piece of local public art is your favourite Across the Spacing Blog Network today we are asking our readers in Toronto Vancouver Montreal Otttawa and the Atlantic cities to Read More Spacing Spacing Ottawa adds Clive Doucet as columnist OTTAWA Long time City Councillor and recent mayoral candidate Clive Doucet has joined Spacing s city blog network as Urban Read More Traffic San Francisco s plan to deal with parking SFpark Overview from SFpark on Vimeo I know I m stating the obvious

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/montreal/author/matt/ (2015-11-17)
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  • Watch NFB: Territories - Spacing Montreal
    The NFB is one of Canada s greatest resources Click here to view their entire online collection Over the weekend in conjunction with Le Devoir we launched a new interactive site called Territories The project is a visual essay that explores urban landscapes and records the passage of time and the encroachment of consumption on these spaces New urban landscapes are part of our lives we travel through them on our way to work we do our shopping in them some of us even choose to live in them For this project photographer Tristan Fortin Le Breton went to the fringes of recent urban developments He discovered that poetry resonated in these spaces as they lay lacking a clear purpose awaiting imminent development Check out the interactive project and let us know what you think in the comment section below Subscribe to Mag Share Post Tweet Post Buy Merch andise Related Posts What does a Starbucks in Jean Talon Market Say About our Urban Landscape Rethinking Brossard s Panama Hub Montreal Metro Photo Project Captures Design in Motion Tweet More posts by Julie Matlin 3 comments Neither the author nor Spacing necessarily agrees with posted comments Spacing reserves the right to edit or delete comments entirely See our Comment Policy Mark T 4 years ago I m amazed The pictures graphical design sound and structure of this project are so efficiant Even better we re talking about real sh no fiction there Mark Michael Fish 4 years ago One of the most depressing photo essays I have ever seen Is the hman species the worst that has ever inhabited the planet or not Folly squared Cdnlococo 4 years ago In the context of Rudyard Kipling we who were born in the forties were are definitely The Sons of MARY Thank

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/montreal/2011/11/28/watch-nfb-territories/ (2015-11-17)
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