BIAN

ARCHIVES 2016

BIAN 2016 - JUNE 03 TO JULY 03

The 3rd edition of the International Digital Art Biennial (BIAN).

This year, the BIAN presents its major exhibition AUTOMATA - Art Made By Machines For Machines at Arsenal Contemporary Art, a venue dedicated to presenting, promoting and developing contemporary art, from June 3 to July 3, 2016. Canadian and international artists will offer a large palette of eclectic works. BIAN audiences will discover a new generation of creators and established artists who effortlessly combine visual art processes with digital technologies to create the art of today and tomorrow. Switzerland was the guest country of this BIAN 2016 edition.

“ELEKTRA and the BIAN are pleased to be teaming up with Arsenal Contemporary Art to offer a new Montreal-based, international cultural event. This partnership is going to generate some serious momentum, both for those involved in contemporary art and for audiences with a growing interest in technological arts.”

– Alain Thibault

The 3rd edition of the International Digital Art Biennial :

- More than 31 000 visitors

- 13 locations

- 69 partners :

  •  15 governmental and institutional partners

  •  21 cultural partners

  •  18 media partners

  •  9 collaborators and sponsors

  •  4 touristic partners

- 107 guest artists :

  •  50 artists from Québec and Canada

  •  57 international artists

AUTOMATA EXHIBITION :

- A 1 month exhibition at Arsenal art contemporain, 3 500 visitors

- 47 artists

ARCHIVES

PROGRAM

AUTOMATA – Arsenal art contemporain

  • Moving Objects – Pe Lang (CR)

  • Full Turn – Benjamin Muzzin (CH)

  • 205 Prepared DC-Motors – Zimoun (CH

  • DAY 2501 – A Normal Working Day (CH)

  • Déjà entendu – Lukas Truiniger (CH)

  • Let’s turn back time, let’s start this day again – Ugo Rondinone (CH)

  • Serial Mutations – Biederman (QC-CA/US)

  • Mega Hysterical Machine – Bill Vorn (QC-CA)

  • Eternity – Nicolas Baier (QC-CA)

  • Them Fuckin' Robots – Norman White (ON-CA), Laura Kikauka (ON-CA)

  • Dyforme – Paolo Almario (QC-CA/CO)

  •  ][LIMINAL][ – Kenny Wong (QC-CA/HK), Marco de Mutiis (IT/CH)

  • Watching and dreaming – Ben Bogart (BC-CA)

  • Learning to see the laboratory where the robot is programmed to work – Tom Sherman (CA/US)

  • La tombe de Néfertiti – Philippe Internoscia (QC-CA)

  • Facing Design – Orlan (FR)

  • Men at Work – Julien Maire (FR)

  • 5RNP, Human Study #1 – Patrick Tresset (FR)

  • Francis, Narcisse, Untitles, Heart – Pascal Haudressey (FR)

  • The Value of Art – Laurent Mignonneau (FR) and Christa Sommere (AT)

  • Trackpad, US Drone Strikes – Jean-Benoit Lallemant (FR)

  • The Ways of Folding Space and Flying – Moon Kyungwon (KR) and Jeon Joonho (KR)

  • Machine with Hair Caught in it, Silence of the Wolf – UJOO+Limheeyoung (KR)

  • Calf, Red, Snake – Kim Joon (KR)

  • Portrait – Minha Yang (KR)

  • Uterus Man – Luyang (CN)

  • Delusional Mandala – Luyang (CN)

  • CT_T-01 – Sébastien Lacomblez (BE)

  • Nihil Ex Nihilo (The Dialogue) – Felix Luque Sánchez (BE)

  • Interceptor Deluge Sequence – Shaun Glaswell (AU)

  • Photoshop CS – Cory Archangel (US)

  • Compound Eyes – Graham Caldwell (US)

  • BIOS Bible – Robotlab (DE)

  • What do machines sing of ? – Martin Backes (DE)

  • Loops of Relation – Nelmarie Du Preez (ZA)

  • Substance of Human Origin – Aleksandra Domanović (YU)

  • The Hunter and the Dog – Olivier Laric (AT/DE)

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