about

Aboriginal Territories in Cyberspace is an Aboriginally determined research-creation network whose goal is to ensure Indigenous presence in the web pages, online environments, video games, and virtual worlds that comprise cyberspace.

Co-founded and co-directed by Jason Edward Lewis and Skawennati, our multi-faceted effort includes artwork, writing, lectures, workshops, residencies, and exhibitions. Since 2005, AbTeC has collaborated with many individuals and has been generously supported by a number of sponsors.

AbTeC’s roots lie with a project called CyberPowWow, a pioneering on-line gallery and chat space for contemporary Indigenous art. It was through CyberPowWow that we realized that, even on the Internet, Native people need a self-determined place to call home.

projects

Activating AbTeC Island
2016 - Present

Initiative for Indigenous Futures
2015 - Present

Skins Workshops
2008 - Present

The Peacemaker Returns
2017

Words Before All Else Part 1
2017

She Falls For Ages
2017

TimeTraveller ™
2008 - 2013

mentoring and production support

A First Peoples’ Postsecondary Storytelling Exchange
2018

Ota Nda Yanaan – We Are Here
2010

Kahnawake Voices
2010

related projects

Avatar Performance Stream
2007

CyberPowWow
1997 - 2001

awards

Ars Electronica
Digital Communities Honorable Mention
2018

Resisting Reduction Competition
2018

Trudeau Fellowship
2014 - 2017

imagineNATIVE
Best New Media
2013

imagineNATIVE
Best New Media
2010

imagineNATIVE
Best New Media
2009

imagineNATIVE
Best New Media Honorable Mention
2008

connect

Email: abtec@abtec.org
Telephone: 514 848 2424 x5935

walk-in:
EV11.615
1515 St. Catherine West
Montreal, QC, H3G 1M8

mailing:
EV11.615
1455 blvd de Maisonneuve West
Montreal, QC, H3G1M8

Aboriginal Territories in Cyberspace is headquartered in the Indigenous Futures Cluster at the Milieux Institute for Art, Culture and Technology, located at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec.

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