electronic art

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.


Formed title: 
FB86 Lorraine Oades + dpi22
2011-11-24 17:00
Physical description: 


Folder of 22 images


Archivist's notes: 

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

Workshops Winter 2014


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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