Emily Hermant

Emily Hermant was born in Toronto in 1980 and is now a Montreal-based textile and installation artist. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts with Distinction, in Studio Arts and Religion, from Concordia University. Her work has been shown both locally and abroad.

jake moore

jake moore @ Québec, TCPP, 2008

jake moore is an intermedia artist who creates complex immersive and interactive installations, critical scholarship, and curatorial work. She’s worked as a research assistant to Barbara Layne  at studio subTELA, was research coordinator at Matralab under Sandeep Bhagwati, both within the Hexagram Institute and has exhibited her work throughout Québec and Canada, most recently at the Québec Triennial at the  Musée d'art contemporain in Montréal.


She has worked as Interim Programming Coordinator at Studio XX: and as a regular contributor and editorial collective member of dpi. an online journal dedicated to new media and feminist interaction. During the TransCanada Pipeline Tour, jake presentedfrom strand to structure in which she discussed the historical evolution and development of weaving, computation, and the archive. She discussed the potential for a feminist historiography and the difficult beauty of polyvalent social histories.

Nancy Anne McPhee

Nancy Anne McPhee

Nancy Anne McPhee is a textile installation artist originally from Alberta and now based between Montréal, QC, and Halifax NS. McPhee works with themes of knowledge, gender and biological bodies in large-scale drawings, silk trapunto quilt installations and theatrical performances. She has shown across North America in commercial galleries, artist run centres and public theatres, and has upcoming solo exhibition at the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives Gallery in Toronto and Lillstreet Art Center in Chicago.


Salon Femmes br@nchées N°57 – Electronic Textiles

Photo of Spotty dresses, Joanna Berzowska. Photo: Vincent Leclerc

Studio XX, the feminist centre for technological exploration, creation and critique, is thrilled to invite you to an evening with one of the stars of R&D on interactive textiles and softcomputing: artist Joanna Berzowska. Eggnog and treats will be served!

Electronic Textiles


Instructor: Valérie Lamontagne

Tuesdays from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM, February 16th to March 9th, 2016
Deadline for registration: February 2
5 weeks (15 hours)

$ 170 (15% off for Studio XX members) (tax included)

Call for Paper + Artworks .dpi 24

dpi logo


Guest Editor-in-Chief:
Ying Gao

 Deadline for proposals: May 11, 2012
Deadline for final submissions: May 25, 2012
Date of publication: June 8, 2012


Wired Women Salon 78: BARBARA LAYNE and KATE HARTMAN

Images from Barbara Layne and Kate Hartman

4001 Berri(corner Duluth), Suite 201
Sherbrooke Metro
Free admission for Studio XX members;  
$5.00 for non-members
Hors d’œuvres and refreshments will be served.

Studio XX hosts an evening dedicated to textiles, electronic garments and wearable technologies.

Art's Birthday 2010

Pictures of gloves created in De Geuzen Workshops, 2009

Art's Birthday 2010 ! Saturday, January 16, 2010 8 :00PM – midnight @ l'Envers
185 Van Horne West (between Esplanade and Waverly) Suggested donation: $7 – $12  B.Y.O.B.

Celebrate Art's Birthday with Studio XX and CKUT!

Wearable Resistance, Collective Creation Project With De Geuzen

Photo : workshop with De Geuzen

October 12, 13 and 14, 2009, 2 :00 PM – 8 :00 PM @ Studio XX, 4001 Berri, Suite 201, Montréal Cost : $5.00 for 3 days, includes all materials Registration is first come, first served ! info at studioxx.org
Studio XX proudly welcomes you to participate in Wearable Resistance, an exciting activist creation project mixing DIY electronics and second-hand clothing, led by De Geuzen, joining us from The Netherlands.


Formed title: 
2006-01-11 11:30
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Archivist's notes: 

Music: Shu Jorge "Lady Stardust".
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