1999 - 2017
NOVEMBER 11 - DECEMBER 17 2021 - MONTRÉAL, ILOT BALMORAL
The CORPS DATA project, brought to you by ELEKTRA, presents two interactive installations ANTIBODIES (2020) by Daniel Iregui and RÉSONANCES (2021) by Louis-Philippe Rondeau. It questions the place of the body in space-time through the lens of digital arts. Visitors of the Îlot Balmoral can discover these two works successively from 11.11.2021 to 17.12.2021. Experience it, give your creativity free rein.
ELEKTRA ON TOUR
NOVEMBER 30 2017 - MONTRÉAL, THÉÂTRE OUTREMONT
OCTOBER 5 2017 - JANUARY 6 2018 - MONTRÉAL, NEVER APART
JANUARY 18 2018 - MONTRÉAL, CENTRE CULTUREL HENRI-LEMIEUX
JANUARY 23 2018 - MONTRÉAL, MAISON DE LA CULTURE FRONTENAC
JANUARY 28 2018 - MONTRÉAL, SALLE OLIVIER JONES
FEBRUARY 2 2018 - MONTRÉAL, CHAPELLE HISTORIQUE BON-PASTEUR
FEBRUARY 6 2018 - MONTRÉAL, MAISON DE LA CULTURE NOTRE DAME DE GRÂCE
ELEKTRA and MAPP MTL have co-curated the Micro-Mapping Invisible Exhibition, a series of artworks showcasing the beauty of micro-mapping. This exhibition, comprised exclusively of new pieces and premiering in Canada, stimulates the participating artists, illustrators, and motion designers's outreach. Micro-mapping's particular attributs enable a new sensory level. Either abstract or narrative, the result is nevertheless edifying, whereas matter and photons become one.
Le Conseil des arts de Montréal and ELEKTRA have presented Myriam Bleau - Soft Revolvers and QUADr - Cycle on tour.
FESTIVAL DU NOUVEAU CINÉMA
OCTOBER 6 - 14 2017 - MONTRÉAL, GRANDE PLACE OF COMPLEXE DESJARDINS
JUNE 6 2017 - MONTRÉAL, PRINTEMPS NUMÉRIQUE
CANADIAN CENTER FOR ARCHITECTURE
ELEKTRA presented La Pluie - Heewon Lee (KR / FR). The rain creates an ambiguity, a blur between the physical and mental limits of the viewer and the protagonist, as they belong to different times, cultures and a forgotten — but yet not extinguished — life condition.
Networking activity and conference #intersections - Printemps Numérique on June 6
at the Canadian Center for Architecture. In collaboration with Printemps Numériques, in
the Shaughnessy house, ELEKTRA presented a series of installations from Montreal-based emerging artists, including Adam Basanta and Maxime Damecour. This networking platform dedicated to Montreal's digital creativity will celebrate its 3rd anniversary. It already gathers an important number of people coming from various digital activity sectors.