Emily Pelstring

Emily Pelstring

Emily Pelstring obtained her BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and her MFA from Concordia University. Emily’s work includes numerous music videos and concert visuals, including a nominee for the 2012 Prism Prize. Her installation, animation and experimental video work has shown internationally in galleries and festivals, among them Transmediale, Seoul International New Media Festival, Ann Arbor Film Festival, the Fofa Gallery, the PHI Centre, and the Khyber Centre for the Arts.

The HTMlles festival 11 | Last day

The HTMlles 11 | Last day

Newsletter of the activities of last day of the festival.

EROS FRANKENSTEIN : Discussions and performances 

Diamonds under my skin: very personal jewellery. 

Closing Party with Cousins!

The HTMlles festival 11 | DAY 8

The festival Les HTMlles 11 | DAY 8

Newsletter of the activities of Day 8 of the festival

What Drives Us? A Forum on Festival Sustainability 


  • Réseau
  • SOUCCS U R Pwr   


Exhibitions :


The HTMlles festival 11 | DAY 7

The HTMlles 11 | DAY 7

Newsletter of the activities of Day 7 of the festival

  • Prendre le pouls / Marlène Renaud-B. (Montreal) : Cocktail + artist talk

  • In Between Yesterday and Tomorrow Was Us : A Performance Evening in Three Acts 


Don't miss Thursday at the HTMlles 10 festival!

Guerilla performance

November 15, 16h, 18h30, 20h
4001, Berri (metro Mont-Royal + Sherbrooke)
Regular price $8 / $4 with pass 

PERFORMANCE : CERRUCHA, Gambletron & Jen Reimer + Max Stein + Adam Basanta 
November 15, 22h
Studio XX, free admission, 4$ for metro ticket

Wired Women Salon #73

Picture from the Invitation

Final Event of the 08-09 Season Thursday, June 18h from 6:00 - 9:00 PM Studio XX at Dazibao 4001 Berri, 2è étage, Montréal, info: 514-845-7934
Entrance fee: $2.00
Studio XX will proudly celebrate the conclusion the season with a showcase of outstanding creations given life in 08-09 : installations, performances, the launch of the 15th anniversary edition of electronic journal .dpi #15, the POV project offering a singular interpretation of the Matricules archives and a presentation of the blog.

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