Digital Arts Biennial (BIAN) from April 18 to June 13, 2012.


Art, culture and digital technology are the three main ingredients in the International Digital Arts Biennial (BIAN) created by Elektra Festival organizers and taking place for the first time in Montreal from April 18 to June 13, 2012.

Exploring the theme PHENOMENA, this major exhibition, featuring vernissages and special events, takes you on a journey through the digital arts, with visits to the most important sites for contemporary creation in Montréal.

Artists :

Alexandre Burton [QC-CA], L’Institut de l'Artefact [NS/QC-CA], Artificiel [QC-CA], Ashley Fure & Jean-Michel Albert [FR], Bill Vorn [QC-CA], Blue Rider [FR], Carsten Nicolai [DE], Chantal dupont [QC-CA], Christian Delécluse [FR], École des Arts Visuels et Médiatiques (UQAM) [QC-CA], Félicie D’Estienne D’Orves [FR], Florian Grond [AT], Insanë/SAT [CH/QC-CA], Jean Dubois [QC-CA], Jean-Ambroise Vesac [QC-CA], Jean-Pierre Aubé [QC-CA], Kurt Hentschläger [AT/US], Matthew Biederman [QC-CA/US], Matthijs Munnik [NL], Olivier Ratsi [FR], Pascal Dufaux [QC-CA], Paul Warne [QC-CA], Pavitra Wickramasinghe [QC-CA], Perte de Signal [QC-CA], Peter Flemming [QC-CA], Philomène Longpré [QC-CA], RECOMBINANT MEDIA LABS, Robert Lepage, Sarah Kenderdine, Jeffrey Shaw, Robin Moody [AB-CA], Ryoji Ikeda [JP/FR], Taien NG-CHAN [QC-CA], Ulf Langheinrich [DE/CN], VISUAL SYSTEM [FR], Zach Gage [US], ZIMOUN [CH]

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