MIAN

ARCHIVES 2007

MIAN 2007 – MAY 09 AND 10

1th edition International Marketplace for Digital Art (MIAN) at Cinémathèque québécoise.

The International Marketplace for Digital Art (MIAN) is the professional stream of ELEKTRA. Since 2007, this activity has been attracting important representatives of the world of digital arts from every continent. By bringing together key people in the field, the MIAN encourages collaborative and presentation projects and paves the way for local artists to present abroad. Every year, producers, curators, agents, journalists and other international players meet the creators and organizations that contribute to our cultural dynamism.

 

The MIAN takes the form of short presentations: international guests describe their activities and local artists and organizations share the works and projects they want to promote beyond our borders. In addition to attending Elektra’s artistic activities, MIAN guests also participate in a series of visits to research and creation laboratories, presentation venues and artists’ studios and meet Montreal’s main players in the digital arts.

PROGRAM

International guests

• Sonic Acts, Amsterdam (NL)
• MixedMedia and Digicult, Milan (IT)
• Transmediale, Berlin (DE)
• DEAF, Rotterdam (NL)
• Cimatics, Brussels (BE)
• TodaysArt, The Hague (NL)
• Ars Electronica, Linz (AU)
• Optofonica, Amsterdam (NL)
• STRP, Eindhoven (NL)
• Recombinant Media Labs, San Francisco (US)
• Epidemic, Paris (FR)
• Arcadi / Némo, Paris (FR)
• Le Cube, Paris (FR)
• Dominique Moulon, author and specialized journalist in digital arts, Paris (FR)
• Ministère de la culture et de l’audiovisuel, Brussels (BE)
• MCD – Musiques & Cultures Digitales, Paris (FR)

Canadian artists and institutions

• Ken Gregory, artist, Winnipeg (MB-CA)
• Nichola Feldman Kiss, artist, Ottawa (ON-CA)
• Max Dean, artist, Toronto (ON-CA)
• Yon Visell and Karmen Franinovic, artists, Montreal (QC-CA)
• Matthew Biederman, artist, Montreal (QC-CA)
• Steve Heimbecker, artist, Montreal (QC-CA)
• Emile Morin, Mois Multi, Quebec (QC-CA)
• Alban Asselin, Hexagram, Montreal (QC-CA)
• Michel Fleury, EVOLVER – Hexagram, Montreal (QC-CA)
• Joseph Lefèvre, Société des arts technologiques [SAT], Montreal (QC-CA)
• Kyd Campbell, Studio XX – HTMlles, Montreal (QC-CA)
• Sha Xin Wei, Topological Media Lab, Montreal (QC-CA)
• Martin Chartrand, Alain Thibault, Emmanuel Sévigny and Étienne Grenier, Elektratek, Montreal (QC-CA)

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