electronic art

Stéphanie Castonguay

Stéphanie Castonguay

Stephanie Castonguay studied Visual and Media Arts at UQAM. With a "Do-it-yourself" spirit, her sound and kinetic installations explores the issue of experimentation as a process to be traced. She presented her project, Variances, at the first International Biennial of Digital Arts Montreal; Nuit Blanche and at the New Music International Festival in Montreal. She was an artist in residence at Eastern Bloc with the collective Department of Public Nuisance and is currently in residence at Signal Loss in the Emerging Project sprogram.

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Cynthia Naggar

Graduate from the Interactive media program at UQÀM and self-taught musician, Cynthia Naggar refines herself in the elctroacoustics and the visual arts. Always pushing boundaries of her art, she innovates into public interactivity using video, sound and electronics. A process which stays minimalist, but that somewhat questions the public about their presence in space and in the time that they occupy.

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FB86 Lorraine Oades + dpi22
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2011-11-24 17:00
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Folder of 22 images

 

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Photos : Stéphanie Lagueux, Gwenaëlle Denis et images tirées de la vidéo de Deborah VanSlet.

DIY electronics lab

Photo: Martine Frossard

Instructor: Séphanie Castonguay
Sundays from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM, October 26th to December 7th, 2014**
Deadline for registration : October 17th, 2014
6 weeks (24 hours)
$ 285 + Studio membership $ 50 - prices include taxes

À l’∞ from Josée Brouillard at Festival Eurêka!

À l’∞ - Josée Brouillard

Saturday, June 14th, 10:30AM to 7:30PM
Vieux-Port de Montréal

Free and fun: a great opportunity to demystify art and science! RDV at * stand 53 *

Workshops Winter 2014

sandde

Drawing in 3D space SANDDE : Feb. 1st, 2014

DIY Electronics Lab II : Feb. 16, 2014

Website Creation with WordPress : Feb. 17, 2014

Details and inscriptions ->

Handmade Electronics Lab

Photo Darsha Hewitt

With Darsha Hewitt
Saturdays from 1:00pm to 5:00pm, from September 29 to November 3, 2012
6 weeks – 24 hours | 4 hours per week
$185 + Studio XX membership $50 (prices include taxes)

Handmade Electronics Lab is a rigorous hands-on introduction to DIY electronics for artists.

Wired Women Salon 86: Lorraine Oades + .dpi 22

Image : Lorraine Oades

Finissage + Artist Presentation + Launch

Thursday, November 24, 2011

4001, Berri Street (corner Duluth) space 201
Admission: $5, *FREE* for members. Hors d’œuvres and refreshments will be served.

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