animation

2009FBR308223

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Salon FB / WW Salon #75 - First Person Digital
Date: 
2009-12-15 19:00
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Fichier électronique

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Camera: Patricia Chica
Source documents available only at Studio XX

virpi kettu

Photo: virpi kettu 2000

about little power
little power (=music from the constant disappointments of people)

oh! there is of course a story before this apocalypse: she was born by the cold border bewteen russia and finland in 1975, a land where witches are the ordinary people. at 5 years old, she blackmailed her parents into buying her a violin, as she believed all her needs at that time would be fulfilled by this instrument.

Rickie Lea Owens

Photo de Rickie Lea Owens in residency at Studio XX

Rickie Lea Owens is a multi-disciplinary artist who crafts frolicsome animated bombardments and freaky circuitry. She is especially interested in extending the presence of drawing and gesture in everyday life. She creates animated, responsive video installations driven by audience participation. She also facilitates media literacy & animation workshops. Upcoming exhibits include a coin operated, 16mm film peep show installation in the storefront of LaCentrale/Galerie Powerhouse in Montréal, Québec in the summer of 2012.

2016PRM31803O

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20161005.11.30-12.00.mp3
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2016-10-05 11:30
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fichier audio .mp3

Kandis Friesen

Kandis Friesen

Born and raised in the prairies, Kandis Friesen is an artist and cultural worker based in Montréal, Québec. Working from an interdisciplinary approach to both drawing and moving image, her work has been shown locally and internationally at various festivals and galleries, including recent projects with DARE-DARE and OBORO in Montreal, Mural Arts Program / Broken City Lab (Philadelphia, US), and Eastern Edge (St.

Kristin Li

Kristin Li

Kristin Li was born in Chengdu, China, and currently lives and works out of Montreal. As an emerging video artist, Kristin has made animations, documentaries, and experimental fiction that play on the incoherence of narratives: ambivalent diasporic longing for origin stories, religious fables perverted and reenacted, and neoliberal co-optations of queer imaginaries. Her work has been shown across North America, South America, and Europe, including the Chicago International Movies and Music Festival and Entzaubert Queer Film Festival.

Frances Adair Mckenzie

Frances Adair Mckenzie

Frances Adair Mckenzie is a multi-media artist who combines genres and technologies as a means to invoke the construction of fantastical internal and  external worlds.  Her work in motion-design, animation and immersive installation  evokes a din of concentrated effects that meld both high and low cultural  references and technologies. With a simultaneous eye to the history of art and  the culture of Pop she extends upon the precedents of feminism and digital culture only to foreground the spectacle as a D.I.Y. space of subversion and tool  of empowerment.

2014FBR31572O

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FB101_Carol-Ann Belzil-Normand
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2014-04-27 14:00
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QuickTime (.mov)

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Caméra : Amélie Tremblay, montage : Deborah VanSlet

Carol-Ann Belzil Normand

Photo of Carol-Ann Belzil Normand

Artist from Quebec city, Carol-Ann Belzil Normand is a graduate from the Laval University in visual arts and media arts, as well as in animation art and science. She took part in various animation festivals in Canada, Germany, England, Austria and USA. She also has an active performance practice in Quebec city. She is currently pursuing her research on performative and interactive aspects througout residencies.

2012FOR51314O

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Sandde Workshop
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2012-05-26 13:00
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Folder of images

 

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Photos : Stéphanie Lagueux

 

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