Vancouver Sun

Canada 150: Douglas Coupland defined a generation

To mark Canada’s 150th birthday, we are counting down to Canada Day with profiles of 150 noteworthy British Columbians.
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Alphr

Douglas Coupland on free time, automation and Donald Trump

It's hard to imagine Abraham Lincoln using Twitter
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Real Business

The future is now: Douglas Coupland unveils why perception of time has changed

Real Business recently went to Berlin to attend an intriguing event by Konica Minolta on the future, where author and scriptwriter Douglas Coupland unveiled some hard-hitting truths about technology shaping the way we think.
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Canadian Architect

It’s All Happening So Fast

An exhibition at the Canadian Centre for Architecture examines the conflicted relationship between our nation's ideal of nature—and the realities of our constructed environment.
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Artsy

The Market Is Changing What Art Looks Like

On Friday at The Armory Show, a panel of art insiders gave their thoughts on the future of the market to a packed house. Moderator Kelly Crow of the Wall Street Journal was joined by auctioneer Simon de Pury, art advisor Todd Levin, collector Alain Servais, CEO of Athena Art...
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La Tercera

Douglas Coupland, escritor canadiense: “Crecí en un lugar sin historia moderna, sólo existe el futuro”

Novelista, ensayista y artista visual, por su novela Generación X se le consideró un portavoz generacional de los años 90.
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El Mercurio

Douglas Coupland y la habilidad de pensar el futuro

Creo que todos hemos tenido que lidiar con demasiado futuro demasiado rápido
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Ssense

Douglas Coupland’s Digital Fortunes

The Canadian Artist Serves Riddles For the Online Era
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Mashable

This man is supposed to be the best Van Gogh lookalike in the world

Actor Dan Baker, 35, beat 1,250 contestants from 37 countries in an international competition to find someone who bears a resemblance to the Dutch painter.
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Daily Mail

Canadian artist searching for best van Gogh lookalike finds subject in Dorset

A Canadian artist scouring the planet for Vincent van Gogh's closest lookalike has found his subject in the UK.
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Winnipeg Free Press

Hybrid of essays, short fiction classic Coupland

A hybrid of Andy Warhol and Marshall McLuhan, Douglas Coupland sometimes works as a visual artist, other times as a writer. With 13 novels under his belt along with two collections of short stories and seven non-fiction books, he has created a great library of Canadian work.
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Artnet News

Douglas Coupland Has Found His Van Gogh Lookalike

The resemblance is pretty striking.
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Calgary Herald

Town Talk: Architect foresees wooden towers higher than the tallest trees

Douglas Coupland's impending sculpture of Vincent van Gogh was commissioned by Anthony von Mandl for his Pinot Noir winery.
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Ottawa Citizen

Finding van Gogh: Douglas Coupland locates lookalike to be featured in art piece

It will be the first in an ongoing series of commissioned monumental outdoor works titled "Redheads."
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The Brandon Sun

Finding van Gogh: Douglas Coupland locates lookalike to be featured in art piece

Baker travelled to Vancouver where he underwent a 3D scanning process using hundreds of cameras to generate facial data that Coupland will use as source material to create a large 3D bronze sculpture.
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Okanagan Life

“I have found Vincent” proclaims artist Douglas Coupland

Douglas Coupland, a Vancouver-based writer and artist, has located Vincent van Gogh, or rather his closest lookalike. Out of 1,250 entrants from 37 countries, Daniel Baker from Christchurch, England is the doppelganger for the famous Dutch artist. Coupland will use Baker's image as the source material to create a large...
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The Georgia Straight

Douglas Coupland goes nonlinear in Bit Rot

Douglas Coupland is a tough interviewee to direct. He speaks as if his mouth is catching up with his mind, his thoughts coming to fruition in the moment, with nascent ideas weaving into complex concepts on the spot.
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The Globe and Mail

Vancouver artist Douglas Coupland finds van Gogh look-alike for sculpture

A British man bearing a striking resemblance to Vincent van Gogh is the muse for a new work of art by Douglas Coupland. The Vancouver-based writer and artist embarked on a worldwide search for individuals resembling the famed Dutch painter. Daniel Baker of the southern England town of Christchurch emerged...
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CBC

Douglas Coupland says democracy needs 'morning after pill' in social media age

Around 2005, 2006, I noticed the culture was changing. So I made a conscious effort to change what I was writing and how I wrote it. The pieces in Bit Rot aren't as random as they seem. For example, the short stories: how does a short story get inculcated with...
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Literary Review of Canada

Bibliomania, “Bit Rot” and Fetishizing Time

We look at books as the font of wisdom, but we also look at them as time machines, a way out of our heads that was never required before.
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National Post

Futurist Douglas Coupland invites public to have heads scanned: ‘Anyone with a Mohawk please come’

Douglas Coupland, Canadian novelist, artist and self-proclaimed futurist, is looking for 100 people in Ottawa to get their heads scanned — and he’s hoping the prime minister will be on board.
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CBC

Douglas Coupland may steal your soul, but he feels badly about it

ouglas Coupland's game-changing novel Generation X turned 25 in 2016, and we feel old now. Meanwhile, with Bit Rot, Coupland keeps refining what he's been ever since: one of the country's most fascinating thinkers. The new book of essays and stories delves into visions of the techno-future and humanity's increasingly...
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Ottawa Sun

If you want to get your head scanned for Douglas Coupland, now is your chance

Douglas Coupland, Canadian novelist, artist and self-proclaimed futurist, is looking for a hundred people in Ottawa to get their heads scanned — and he’s hoping the prime minister will be on board.
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National Post

Neil Gaiman explains How to Talk to Girls at Parties on this week’s National Post Bestseller List

The National Post Bestseller List is reported weekly by a different Canadian bookstore, featuring local favourites alongside national hits. This week’s list courtesy of Munro’s Books (munrobooks.com – 1108 Government Street Victoria, BC).
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Mucbook

**Haters Gonna Hate** – Bit Rot: Die Ausstellung von Douglas Coupland

Wie sähe wohl das Internet aus, wenn man es in ein Zimmer sperren würde? Und was hat Datenverfall mit Andy Warhol zu tun? In der aktuellen Ausstellung „Bit Rot“ von Douglas Coupland können Besucher genau das herausfinden.
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The National (United Arab Emirates)

Book review: Douglas Coupland’s Bit Rot – inside the dark heart of the information age

The line between art and technology is becoming ever more blurred. Perhaps part of the reason is that by force of necessity, art always follows money, and in 2016, technology is increasingly where the money is. As the greatest of internet behemoths, it stands to reason that Google would get...
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Museum Villa Stuck

Interview mit Douglas Coupland - "Bit Rot"

Video interview with Douglas Coupland
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National Post

In Bit Rot, Douglas Coupland reflects on digital and intellectual entropy — and missing cigarettes

Early in his new book, Douglas Coupland explains that “bit rot” is “a term used in digital archiving that describes the way digital files of any sort spontaneously (and quickly) decompose.” He borrowed the term as a title for his new collection of fiction and non-fiction as a description of...
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CBC News

Lord Stanley's gift keeps on giving, so what exactly are we commemorating?

At an athletic banquet held at the erstwhile Russell House hotel at the corner of Sparks and Elgin streets back on March 18,1892, then governor general Lord Frederick Stanley offered — via letter read aloud to the dinner group — to donate a championship cup to the winning hockey club in the Dominion.
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Two in a Row

Douglas Coupland „Bit Rot“ in der Villa Stuck

Douglas Coupland dürfte vielen durch sein Buch „Generation X“ bekannt sein. Ein Titel, der sich zum übergreifenden Schlagwort für eine wohlstandsverwöhnte, aber trotzdem perspektivlose Generation entwickelte. Seine Arbeiten als bildender Künstler sind in Deutschland jedoch weniger bekannt, was sich nun mit der Umsetzung seiner Ausstellung „Bit Rot“ in der Villa...
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Gauntlet

Celebrate 50 years at the Glenbow museum with Glenbow at 50 exhibit

Canadian artist Douglas Coupland, famous for Generation X, contributed his life-sized sculpture of a iconic green toy soldier à la Toy Story.
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Kunstmarkt.com

Douglas Coupland in München

Die Villa Stuck widmet sich in ihrer aktuellen Schau dem Werk Douglas Couplands. Der 1961 auf dem badischen NATO-Stützpunkt Rheinmünster-Söllingen geborene Kanadier ist eher für seine schriftstellerische Tätigkeit bekannt. Die Ausstellung in München entstand in Kooperation mit dem Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art in Rotterdam und beinhaltet neben...
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BR Fernsehen

Wohin geht unsere Reise?

Diesmal ist nichts weniger als ein Genie zu Gast bei Bumillo und SÜDLICHT: Der kanadische Schriftsteller und Künstler Douglas Coupland hat nicht nur Worte für die Welt und ihr Schicksal erfunden ("Mc Job", "Generation X"), sondern schon das eine oder andere Mal die Zukunft richtig vorausgesagt. Visionär nannte man so...
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Calgary Herald

Fortney: Glenbow Museum to celebrate art collection during 50-year festivities

When people mark a milestone birthday, it’s often a combination of celebration, nostalgic reflection and taking inventory of all that’s come before.
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Vancouver Sun

Douglas Coupland back to books with Bit Rot

What publishers are noticing is if you’ve got a book in one hand and season two of Narcos in the other (then) people are probably going to choose season two of Narcos
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Süddeutsche Zeitung

Der Visionär

25 Jahre nach seinem Bestseller Generation X produziert Douglas Coupland vor allem: Kunst. Und die ist mindestens genauso klug wie seine Bücher.
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Süddeutsche Zeitung

Andy Warhol hat Facebook vorausgesehen

Den Weltbestseller »Generation X« hat er nur aus Verlegenheit geschrieben, als Siebenjähriger verehrte er Roy Lichtenstein und sein Arzt hat ihm verboten, ganze Bücher zu essen. Ein Interview mit dem großartig verschrobenen Autoren und Künstler Douglas Coupland.
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The Globe and Mail

Douglas Coupland dives into the meaning of the Internet age in Bit Rot

I start with the Daily Mail because if the front story is a wardrobe malfunction, it means everything’s fine with the world,” Coupland says during a recent interview. “What you don’t want is if the Daily Mail, the New York Times and The Globe and Mail all have the same...
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Deutschlandradio Kultur

Mit Pop Art gegen Daten-Verrottung

Mit seinem Roman "Generation X" hat Douglas Coupland ein Stück Zeitgeschichte eingefangen. Die präsentiert er auch als bildender Künstler in der Münchner Ausstellung "Bit Rot" – neben Arbeiten zu verrottenden Daten ist eine Totenmaske David Bowies zu sehen.
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Quill & Quire

Bit Rot: stories + essays

The most interesting material crops up when the author plays economist and focuses on the conjoined role of money, jobs, and technology in spawning the current gig economy. Earlier in his career, Coupland gloomily predicted we would all one day be Microserfs, but with traditional jobs going the way of...
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Strelka

ДУГЛАС КОУПЛЕНД: «Я РОДИЛСЯ В 1961 ГОДУ, И Я ЕЩЁ ПОМНЮ НЕПРЕРЫВНОСТЬ ВРЕМЕНИ, ЕГО АНАЛОГОВОЕ ТЕЧЕНИЕ»

Максим Семеляк поговорил с Дугласом Коуплендом о принципах современного существования, жизни до бога и после Дэвида Боуи.
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Kommersant

Быть частью поколения стыдно и немодно

В Москве и Санкт-Петербурге проходит очередная выставка Lexus Hybrid Art. На этот раз темой стало "Предвосхищение", а куратором — бразилец Марселло Дантас. На публичные мероприятия в рамках выставки организаторы привезли культового писателя — автора книги "Поколение Икс" ДУГЛАСА КОУПЛЕНДА в амплуа художника. ВАЛЕНТИН ДЬЯКОНОВ расспросил одного из самых прогрессивных литераторов планеты о том, зачем ему заниматься искусством, о новых поколениях и понимании истории. Подробнее: http://www.kommersant.ru/doc/3071466
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Esquire Russia

Почему не нужно бояться будущего

Писатель, художник и футурист Дуглас Коупленд рассказал Esquire о том, почему с каждым днем мир становится лучше, а мы старательно это игнорируем.
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Afisha Daily

Дуглас Коупленд о поисках Ван Гога, мутации времени и Pokémon Go

Начнем с самого волнующего вопроса. Вы устроили охоту на голову человека, который бы напоминал Ван Гога, — и обещали ему 5000 долларов, чтобы отсканировать и изготовить его 3-метровую скульптуру. Вы его уже нашли?
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The Wall Street Journal

A Day in the Life of Hans Ulrich Obrist

After 25 years in the art world, the Serpentine Galleries’ artistic director is more prolific than ever
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The Star

If it looks like Van Gogh, is it art?: Whyte

The finalists have been announced in Douglas Coupland’s strange summer contest, but what exactly does it mean?
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ArtNet News

Chart Art Fair Kicks Off In Style in Copenhagen

Chart Art Fair opens in Copenhagen today, comprising of thirty galleries from Demark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Iceland, which take over the the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts’ Kunsthal Charlottenborg. Since its inception four years ago, the fair has expanded and evolved in a number of ways, and in...
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Artlyst

Art Market News

Denmark’s leading Contemporary Art fair finished on Sunday reporting the most successful edition yet. The fourth CHART ART FAIR with its ambitious presentations across the event generated strong sales and encouraged meaningful dialogue between collectors, curators, and art enthusiasts. This year more galleries participated in the fair than ever before...
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Artsy

How Chart Is Helping Art Reach a Wider Community, Both in Denmark and Beyond

While enjoying the snack, Canadian author and artist Douglas Coupland—whose “Slogans for the 21st Century” series was plastered across the buses, subways, and balconies of Copenhagen through the duration of the fair—gave me his unsurprisingly witty theories about the work’s meaning.
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Nelson Star

Nelson barber competes in Van Gogh lookalike contest

Both of his ears are still intact, but otherwise Nelson barber Jesse Lockhart is a dead-ringer for Vincent Van Gogh. And though he’s got his eyes on a €5,000 euro prize for a global lookalike contest, he wasn’t willing to disfigure himself like the hyper-famous deceased artist.
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The Globe and Mail

Photography book The Canadians a kind of reimagining of The Americans

[…] introduction by Douglas Coupland (who was born two years after The Americans’ U.S. publication and eight before Kerouac’s death) nor on the dust jacket and flaps (which are, in fact, a blank white).
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The Globe and Mail

Interview: Retail explores new dimensions with 3-D art project

With a cross-country 3-D art project heading to the new Simons location in Ottawa this fall, artist Douglas Coupland aims to create a new kind of societal snapshot with the Canadian retailer
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Politiken.dk

Douglas Coupland: Vi deltager alle sammen i et stort videnskabeligt eksperiment

I 1991 definerede han sin samtid med romanen 'Generation X'. Nu er forfatteren og kunstneren Douglas Coupland aktuel i København med et offentligt værk.
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The Art Newspaper

Coupland goes for the gold

In Vancouver, a city with one of the highest housing costs in North America, real estate developers have become the new patrons of public art. The Golden Tree, a monumental sculpture by Douglas Coupland, recently installed in the plaza of Intracorp’s new James Cheng-designed tower MC2, is a zeitgeisty exploration...
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ArtNet News

Six Questions for Douglas Coupland, Who Doesn’t Hate Art Fairs

Douglas Coupland is one of the best loved novelists of his generation. Having penned the era-defining Generation X after giving up art for writing, Coupland became an international sensation, coining phrases such as “McJob” and, of course, “Gen X”. He went on to write many other successful novels such as...
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The Copenhagen Post

‘Generation X’ author coming to Copenhagen

Canadian writer and artist Douglas Coupland, the author of the world-renowned 1991 book ‘Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture’, is visiting Copenhagen in person on August 28 to speak about his new artwork.
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Nuvo Magazine

Douglas Coupland’s Golden Tree

The Hollow Tree, a locally-beloved 800-year-old Western Red Cedar stump in Vancouver’s Stanley Park, has gone through its fair share of tribulations. It has withstood a destructive windstorm, a mysterious fire, and a battle for its removal by citizens who considered it hazardous. Yet nostalgia-driven community initiatives like of the...
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CBC News

Douglas Coupland's Golden Tree unveiled in Vancouver

Piece of public art is replica of Stanley Park's famous Hollow Tree
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Vancouver Sun

Douglas Coupland's Golden Tree sculpture unveiled in Vancouver

Vancouver writer and artist Douglas Coupland received a warm response during the unveiling of his 13-metre bright gold sculpture of Stanley Park’s iconic Hollow Tree on Saturday.
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The Straight

Photos: Douglas Coupland's soon-to-be unveiled Golden Tree makes for eye-catching public art

Douglas Coupland's Golden Tree, located at Cambie Street and Marine Drive, is a replica of Stanely Park's 800-year-old hollow tree.
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Oxford Mail

Oxford man reaches fifth place in worldwide Van Gogh lookalike competition

AN OXFORD man has made it to fifth place in an international search for the world's best Vincent Van Gogh lookalike. Graphic designer Steve Monk-Chipman now has more than 11,900 public votes on the website iamvincent.com.
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Evening Standard

Brit comes fifth in worldwide search for Van Gogh lookalike

A British man has made it to fifth position in an international search for a Vincent Van Gogh lookalike.
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Local.se

Which of these two Swedes is Vincent van Gogh's lost twin?

Question: What is even more bizarre than a Swede who really, really looks like Vincent van Gogh? Answer: TWO Swedes who look like Vincent van Gogh.
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The Globe and Mail

Douglas Coupland searching for a van Gogh look-alike to immortalize in bronze

Douglas Coupland is searching the globe for a Vincent van Gogh look-alike – so that he can immortalize them in bronze. The acclaimed Canadian artist, novelist and actor, who is perhaps best known for his 1991 novel Generation X, has asked that people from around the world who believe they...
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Vancouver Sun

Do you look like Vincent van Gogh? Artist Douglas Coupland wants your head

Somewhere out there is a gaunt redhead who is the spitting image of Vincent van Gogh — and Douglas Coupland is going to find him, scan him and immortalize him in bronze.
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The Star

Do you look like Vincent van Gogh? Douglas Coupland could give you $7K

Coupland has put out an open call for auditions for his latest public sculpture commission: an outsize bust of Vincent Van Gogh, to be created by 3D scanning and printing a close look-alike.
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The Guardian

Douglas Coupland seeks Van Gogh lookalikes for art project

Generation X author offers €5,000 prize to person who most closely resembles red-haired painter
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National Post

How Douglas Coupland’s Polaroids from the Dead continues to be a touchstone 20 years later

When Polaroids from the Dead was published in mid-1996, it was considered a departure for Douglas Coupland. In retrospect, this seems an odd sentiment: Coupland has, after all, made a career of constant changes in direction, shifting from fiction to non-fiction, from novels to photo-illustrated souvenirs, from adult writing to...
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Global News

Resemble van Gogh? Douglas Coupland wants you

Paging Vincent van Gogh lookalikes: Douglas Coupland wants to transform you into a work of art — and he’s willing to pay. The Vancouver-based artist is embarking on a global search for an individual who most closely resembles the legendary Dutch painter.
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The New Yorker

On Reading Issues of Wired From 1993 to 1995

One thing I’ve noticed since moving to San Francisco is that my cohort in the tech world doesn’t talk that much about the industry’s past. This is understandable: it’s easy to forget that tech has a history. Just as old hardware is regularly tossed and replaced, the Web washes itself...
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City News

What is that?: Towering toy soldier in Toronto stands above defeated American

The standing soldier in gold is wearing the 1813 Royal Newfoundland Regiment uniform and the silver soldier lying down is wearing the 16th United States Infantry Regiment uniform.
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FT.com

Generation A

The clever conceit of a world without bees hints that Generation A could be a novel about environmental catastrophe, but Coupland is interested in a more subtle kind of dystopia.
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FT.com

Player One Review

Toxic death rains from the sky. The characters muse on time, God and what it means to be alive – or, rather, they pass the same thin set of musings from one to the other like a game of pass-the-parcel, or pass-the-thin-set-of-musings.
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FT.com

Worst. Person. Ever.

Planes crash and boats sink. Ray shits himself, causes a fat passenger on a flight to suffer a heart attack and die, gets arrested several times, falls into a coma after eating a macadamia nut, becomes obsessed with a bit of red plastic after gobbling an ecstasy pill, falls in...
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Daniel Faria Gallery

The Armory Show

Daniel Faria Gallery is pleased to present the work of Douglas Coupland at The Armory Show, 2016.
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Art Forum

Back to Basics

Forget the inner drummer. We now march to the circadian rhythm of fairs, even though a certain homogeneity has settled over them like a net. We know what we’re going to get before we see it.
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ArtNews

You Look So Different Online: Douglas Coupland Debuts Facial De-Recognition Software at the Armory

...facial de-recognition software, titled Deep Face: Communicate with your future self, which is currently on view at Artsy’s booth near the entrance to Pier 94, at the Armory Show
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The Creators Project

Cheat Facebook’s Facial Recognition Tool

Douglas Coupland’s photobooth will throw Facebook off your trail—for now.
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CBC

George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight

Author and artist Douglas Coupland was in the red chair to talk about his new book Worst. Person. Ever.
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The New York Times

Is Staying In the New Going Out?

You could have a life-altering adventure, meet your soul mate, find your new best friend. The potential downside is equally monumental. You could run into an ex, lose your wallet, suffer a grope, be rejected.
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ArtReview

The Living Internet and a David Bowie mask bought on eBay

as an artist you can imagine your way in and out of situations that seem, on a conscious level, unfixable. But these words can also apply to all people in all walks of life. They’re universal.
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National Post

For Douglas Coupland, there’s no place like a Laurentien pencil crayon-coloured cone

“Doug really wants to share his love and joy of discovery of the world,” says Karen Mills, the founder of Public Art Management, a consultancy firm that’s devoted to enhancing the presence of art in urban environments globally. “He wants people to feel happy about where they are.”
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Financial Times

Our Brains Rewired

Canadian author and FT columnist Douglas Coupland talks to FT.com managing editor Robert Shrimsley about his new book ‘Kitten Clone: Inside Alcatel-Lucent’ and how the internet is rewiring our brains.
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CBC

The Current

Douglas Coupland digs into the colossal, faceless company that keeps the internet running.
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The Guardian

Don't be smupid: a glossary for the extreme present

Are you suffering from denarration or monophobia? A new book, The Age of Earthquakes: A Guide to the Extreme Present, helps to define our relationship with the online world
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Google

Google Street View

Take Google Cultural Institute’s tour of "everywhere is anywhere is anything" is anywhere at the Vancouver Art Gallery
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CBC

Q with Daniel Richler

"I'm starting to forget what it felt like to be pre-internet."
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BBC

Mastermind

The novels of Douglas Coupland
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CBC

Douglas Coupland Tours New Exhibit

Douglas Coupland talks about his new exhibit "Everywhere is Anywhere is Anything is Everything."
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Consulat général de France à Vancouver

Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres

C’est dans un cadre intimiste que l’artiste Douglas Coupland a choisi de recevoir les insignes de Chevalier de l’ordre des Arts et des Lettres le 27 avril 2015.
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The New York Times

Search Results

'“Search," much like browsing the Internet, seems like a completely resistible task until, suddenly, it is time-destroyingly addictive.'
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Frieze Magazine

Bit Rot

Bit Rot's visual imagery abounds with references to the 1960s and '70s – the Vietnam war, Warhol’s pop art – as well as media reports stretching up to 9/11 and the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
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The Province

Short list for Hilary Weston Writers Trust Prize for Nonfiction revealed

Douglas Coupland is among the five finalists for this year's $60,000 Hilary Weston Writers' Trust Prize for Nonfiction.
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CBC

The National: Douglas Coupland Tours New Exhibit

Douglas Coupland talks about his new exhibit "Everywhere is Anywhere is Anything is Everything."
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