sound art

2009FBR308223

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Salon FB / WW Salon #75 - First Person Digital
Date: 
2009-12-15 19:00
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Fichier électronique

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Camera: Patricia Chica
Source documents available only at Studio XX

Nelly-Ève Rajotte

Nelly-Ève Rajotte

After receiving a degree in Art history, Nelly-Ève Rajotte began a second undergraduate degree at the School of Visual and Media Arts (UQAM), a program which resulted in a Master’s Degree in 2006.

Émilie Mouchous

Émilie Mouchous

Émilie Mouchous is a sound artist who makes her own electronic instruments. Her sonic and spatial exploratory activities are characterized by the creation of mini autonomous systems and take multiple forms: radio programs, series of electronic objects, collaborative free improvisation, web art, performance, radio transmission installations.

Dominique Ferraton

Dominique Ferraton

Dominique Ferraton is a multidisciplinary artist from Montreal. Through sound and visual art, she explores our relationship with our environment : the ways in which we occupy and transform the places we inhabit, and how we are affected by them. Her focus is often on natural environments and landscapes, the few wild spaces created or found in urban areas, as well as the contradictions or correspondences that exist between what is natural and what is manufactured. This is what led her to spend time in Montreal's empty lots and produce a series of hand-drawn maps of several of them.

Lisa E. Harris

Lisa E. Harris

Lisa E. Harris is a Texas based performer/ composer and director who creates works in the fields of experimental opera, film, sound art and guerrilla performances. Her film "Cry of the Third Eye -- A New Opera Film" explores gentrification in Houston's Third Ward. She is the founder of Studio Enertia, an artists collective focused on interdisciplinary practice and community organizing.

2012FBR51307O

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FB89-SLoveless-EGee
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2012-04-05 19:00
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Folder of images

2012PRM31303O

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xxfiles04042012.mp3
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2012-04-04 11:30
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MP3 File

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Host Valerie D. Walker Sound Works : Stephanie Loveless

Coral Short

Coral Short

Coral Short is a prolific international performance, sound, and video artist. She has been a practicing artist for over ten years while living in Europe, Asia, and North America. Humour, fantasy, and transformation are integral components within Short’s performance. Her high feminine camp creations bridge the gap between nightlife and fine art. She harnesses the collective imagination of her community and serves it up on an ironic glittering platter to all. Her work helps to map the new feminist generation’s identity and power.

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Emily Pelstring

Emily Pelstring

Emily Pelstring is an artist and animator who obtained her BFA from Rhode Island School of Design in Film/Animation/Video, and her MFA from Concordia University in Studio Arts with a concentration in Film Production. She has received project support from LIFT, the Experimental Television Center, Studio XX and SAW Video Association, and shown work at Anthology Film Archives and various art galleries and festivals in Canada and the US.

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