QUÉBEC DIGITAL ART @ NYC
QUÉBEC DIGITAL PARIS
OCTOBRE 22 - 24 2015 - NEW YORK (US)
OCTOBER 1 TO JANURARY 31 2015 - PARIS (FR)
As part of QUÉBEC DIGITAL ART @ NYC happening October 22 to 24, ELEKTRA copresented with FuturePerfect a New York City edition of the International Digital Art Marketplace (MIAN) on October 23 at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP as well as Nicolas BERNIER's performances and Herman KOLGEN on October 24 at the Knockdown Center closure night.
ELEKTRA was showcased at Québec Digital Paris, from October 1 2015 to January 31 2016, as part of the Québec delegation during the first edition of NÉMO, International Digital Art Biennial of Paris / Île-de-France. Close to 10 years after its first appearance in the French Capital during Québec_numériQ at Châtelet in 2006, ELEKTRA pursues its role as an ambassador of Québec talent on the international scene, presenting a series of European premieres. Program : Herman Kolgen, Philip Glass, Matthew Biederman, Pierce Warnecke, Myriam Bleau, Alain Thibault, Martin Messier, Maxime Damecour, Louis-Philippe Demers, Bill Vorn, Samuel St-Aubin and Michel de Broin.
QUÉBEC DIGITAL ROMA
OCTOBER 09 TO DECEMBER 06 2015 - ROME (IT)
QUÉBEC DIGITAL LONDON
MARCH 12 - 13 2015 - LONDRES (UK)
ELEKTRA is proud to have presented Québec Digitale Roma, from October 9 to December 6 2015 in Rome. The exhibition Digitalife Luminaria sheds light on digital artists from Québec during Romaeuropa Festival. With over two months of exhibition at the Pelanda - Macro Testaccio in Roma and a opening weekend marked by performances and an International Digital Art Marketplace (MIAN) edition, ELEKTRA pursues its role as an ambassador of Québec talent on the international scene, presenting a series of European premieres. Program : Louis-Philippe Demers, Bill Vorn, Myriam Bleau, Maxime Damecour, Nicolas Bernier, Samuel St-Aubin, Martin Messier and Jean Dubois.
MUTEK and ELEKTRA came together to organize DIGITAL QUEBEC in a pioneer institution of the British capital, the British Film Institute (BFI). The event took place on March 12 and 13 2015 and included performances, workshops and professional activities. Some of Québec's finest digital artists were showcased to Londoners, as well as United-Kingdom, Ireland and nordic countries broadcasters. On March 13, the International Digital Art Marketplace
(MIAN), developed in 2007 by the ELEKTRA team, offered a portrait of artists and organizations from Québec to a audience of professionals, aiming to foster a strong network.
Program : Dominique t Skoltz, Yan Breuleux, Matthew Biederman, Herman Kolgen, Maotik & Metametric, Greg Debicki, Myriam Bleau, Roger Tellier-Craig and Sabrina Ratté.