About the exhibition

404 Error: The object is not online is an investigation of the habits of an everyday technology, the internet, and how it relates to activities like collecting, exhibiting, research, and publication. The project experiments by reversing the typical order of an exhibition, presented in the galleries and then represented online, and instead beginning with the online representations and assembling them together.

In contrast to the web, a museum can be defined as a place where the physical presence of objects is the rule; if a copy if present, it is identified as an exception. By tracking objects from their online representations and putting them together in a physical space, some patterns emerge: the web flattens together odour, flavour, distance, weight, texture, and movement into vision; the sustaining systems of the web are banal devices and structures, a mostly hidden infrastructure; online, meaning can be information — data not experience — that may be cut from its context.

Personal insurance tips and benefits in Barrie

Introduction
What happens when you want to insure your personal property against any damage? Well, a good recommendation for you would be to invest in the best personal insurance Barrie as the ideal solution for your needs. Before choosing the best insurance company, there are various factors that you have to take into keen consideration. By choosing a reliable service provider to help keep your property from any loss, you will reap various benefits both in the long and short term perspective of things. Here are some tips to consider when choosing the best insurance service:

Tips
When choosing the best insurance service Barrie, you may first consider seeking recommendations from other individuals who have benefited from the services of any given company. In most cases, they will provide you with a better perspective of what you can expect when settling for the services of the insurance company. More so, another excellent resource for search needs would be to use the internet. This is because a significant number of insurance companies have established their profiles online for prospective clients. In fact, at the insurance website, you are likely to come across various relevant information such as their location, contact lines and services packages among others. Besides that, you may also seek for advertisements in a local listing where insurance companies will often avail the needed information for their clients.

Benefits
Protecting your property against damage – the first notable benefits of this type of services is that it helps you protect your property against any damage. For instance, you can insure personal property such as an expensive server that you recently bought to improve operations at your company. The insurance cover will help ensure that you retrieve compensations if any damage occurs.

Reliable compensation services – investing an in a reliable insurance company is beneficial since you can receive the services when you need them the most. Simply put, all you simply need to do is to file the complaint with your chosen company and they will determine the best possible method to compensate you for your lost property.

Excellent property management technique – insuring your property is one of the best methods of property management. In fact, there is no better method when it comes to protecting your property from any type of damage. While you may have to invest in the insurance services, the long term benefits of such an investment are feasible.

About the website

The live feed on this website came from a webcam in the Octagonal gallery of the CCA. When visitors in Montreal entered the gallery, examined objects, and maybe played with the glass blocks in the “Machine for Touching”, the web visitor could watch them and look at photos of the objects. Simultaneously, all web visitors’ cursors were tracked and mouse pointers projected onto the table of objects in the gallery. This table became an intersection of the online and offline “worlds”. Now, the website is all that remains of the exhibition.

The website is accessible through an error. Instead of using a web address like cca.qc.ca/404, the site appropriates the functionality of the cca web server: all errors are redirected here. It is the first website we know of that can be found only if the visitor does not know the address.

Graphic and web design for 404 Error were developed in collaboration with Rumors, New York.

Objects on Display

  • Cedric Price, elevations and environmental control chart for British Transport Docks Board Computer Centre, Middlesex, 1967, Cedric Price fonds, CCA Collection DR1995:0236:055, DR1995:0236:54
  • Cedric Price, elevations and environmental control chart for British Transport Docks Board Computer Centre, Middlesex, 1967, Cedric Price fonds, CCA Collection DR1995:0236:055, DR1995:0236:54
  • Tom Killian, draughtsman, for Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, plan and section for Computer Centre for Goldman Sachs, Staten Island, New York, 1986, Gift of Tom Killian, CCA Collection DR1994:0201:034, DR1994:0201:037
  • Tom Killian, draughtsman, for Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, plan and section for Computer Centre for Goldman Sachs, Staten Island, New York, 1986, Gift of Tom Killian, CCA Collection DR1994:0201:034, DR1994:0201:037
  • Econa Ltd wiring conduit detail for Cedric Price’s British Transport Docks Board Computer Centre, Middlesex, 1967, Cedric Price fonds, CCA Collection DR2004:0269
  • Tracert.exe command showing internet path to museoarte.perucultural.org.pe, 2010
  • Larry Richards, materials from Positive and Negative Influences of Electronic Systems on Architecture, 1983, Gift of Larry Richards in honour of Phyllis Lambert’s 80th birthday, CCA Collection DR2007:0018:004
  • Cedric Price, Information Storage Study, London, 1966, Cedric Price fonds, CCA Collection DR2004:0264
  • Hoppmann Corporation, Requirements and Criteria for a Command, Control, and Communications Facility, 1973-74, Arthur Erickson fonds, CCA Collection ARCH257432

  • Magnetic tape containing bibliographic and acquisition data for the CCA Collection, 1997-1998, CCA
  • Computer backup cartridge including files for the Anyone book, Any magazine issues 11-15, and the Sim City game. Backup made 29 January, 1997, Anyone Corporation fonds, CCA Collection AP116.S5.SS3.D4
  • Printed index of files that are no longer accessible on the Anyone disc, 1997, Anyone Corporation fonds, CCA Collection ARCH257236
  • Topographical map by an unknown draughtsman, n.d. CCA Collection
  • Photograph of a student model on the topic of “Frontal Surface. Vertically Limited Rhythmical Row” from the “Space” course at the VKhUTEMAS (Higher State Artistic Technical Studios), Moscow, 1920–1926, CCA Collection PH1998:0014:038
  • One spike from John Hejduk’s The House of the Suicide, 1990, Loan from the Georgia Institute of Technology, CCA Collection DR2005:0002
  • 14 hours of the installation of Super City, Montreal, 2005, CCA Collection
  • Bruno Taut, designer, Blanche Mahlberg, inventor, Dandanah, The Fairy Palace, Germany, 1919-1920, Phyllis Lambert Collection TS 2301.T7.G5 Z9 1919
  • Bruno Taut, designer, Blanche Mahlberg, inventor, Glasbauspiel: Bruno Taut Original Design 1920, Weil am Rhein: Vitra Design Museum, ca. 2003 CCA Collection OBJ NA44.T229.5 D3 2003 c.2
  • Greg Lynn, Microstation drawing showing transformations of the Embryological House ‘primitive’, 1999, Embryological House fonds, CCA Collection Microstation software courtesy of Bentley Systems
  • Greg Lynn, www.embryological.com, 1997-2002
  • Greg Lynn, Embryological House Models, ABS Eggs- Size A, 1999 Embryological House Fonds, CCA Collection, DR2004:0019
  • AutoCAD plan of Peter Eisenman’s Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe including plan and elevation of Frank Gehry’s DG Bank (now DZ Bank) building, Berlin, 1998 Peter Eisenman fonds, CCA Collection AutoCAD software courtesy of Autodesk
  • Aldo Rossi, sectional birds-eye view and massing plan for the Centro direzionale de Torino, 1962, Aldo Rossi fonds, CCA Collection AP142.S1.D4.P1.2, AP142.S1.D4.P1.3
  • Aldo Rossi, sectional birds-eye view and massing plan for the Centro direzionale de Torino, 1962, Aldo Rossi fonds, CCA Collection AP142.S1.D4.P1.2, AP142.S1.D4.P1.3
  • Filiz Klassen, Snow, Rain, Light, Wind: Weathering Architecture. Toronto: Filiz Klassen, 2009, CCA Collection BIB 198528
  • Guy de Maupassant, Contes choisis : Le vieux, Deux amis. Paris: Association Valentin Haüy, 1916, CCA Collection ID 92-B309
  • A.V. Narasimha Murthi and B.K. Gururaja Rao, eds., Rangavalli: Recent Researches in Indology. Delhi: Sundeep, 1983 CCA Collection BIB 196481
  • Silvana Annicchiarico, ed., Il rumore del tempo : Gaetano Pesce. Milan: Charta,
  • 2005, CCA Collection NA44.P473.9 R8 2005
  • Hanno Rauterberg, Holocaust Memorial Berlin: Eisenman Architects. Baden: Lars Müller Publishers, 2005, Gift of Phyllis Lambert, CCA Collection NA44.E36.25 D4 2005
  • A direct line to exhibition curator Lev Bratishenko, who is also available by phone or by chat (on cca.qc.ca/*) between 2 and 5 PM, Thursdays.