- Studio XX’s 20th Anniversary !
- Conversation: Feminist Perspectives Taking Up the Public Space (online & offline)
- Workshop: Video Mapping, Audiovisual Integration in 3D Space with Nelly-Ève Rajotte
In 2016 Studio XX celebrates 20 years of feminist propelled debate and experimentation with art and technology.
These 20 years has given us the opportunity to evaluate what we have done, and thank all the artists who have inspired us and shaped the history of Studio XX.
This anniversary is also an opportunity for self-reflection, for thinking about the ways in which we can improve, and how we can continue to further support artists who aim for: anti-oppression, rethinking artistic experimentation with technologies and participating in the debates of our artistic discipline.
20 YEARS, NEW WEBSITE !
On April 20th 2016 we will launch our new website! An extensive amount of work was put in to migrate our archives (Matricules) but the job is finally done. The team members who were involved, consist of: Stéphanie Lagueux (webmistress), Kurth Bemis (network administrator), and John Boyle-Singfield (our leading intern who re-designed Studio XX’s website and created the website of the next edition of our festival: The HTMlles). Stay tuned!
We invite you to discover Studio XX’s fundraising page!
The celebrations of our anniversary will be held for a year, in that time we will receive and be open for donations (From April 19, 2016 to April 19,2017).
Our goal is to raise $ 10,000 in the span of a year. Please help us to reach our goal. Why? Because we will use this amount to develop our 2016-2017 programming and improve the fees for young and established artists who will work with us this year. This campaign will end with a PARTY celebrating the past and future of Studio XX! We thank you in advance for your support!
To pay tribute to these past two decades, Studio XX is preparing an exciting program of exhibitions, workshops, conversations and performances. From April 2016 to March 2017 we will host a series of events revolving around one central question: how can media art infused by feminist perspectives take up the public space?