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2009-11-09 17:15
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Montage de 2 cassettes DVCAM : 2009PRS30787O 2009PRS30788O

Kimura Byol

Kimura Byol

kimura byol-nathalie lemoine  (나타리 르무완 * ナタリー.ルモワーヌ) is a conceptual multimedia feminist artist who works on identities (diaspora, ethnicity, colorism, post-colonialism, immigration, gender), and expresses it with calligraphy, paintings, digital images, videos and photography.

kimura-lemoine’s work has been exhibited, screened and published internationally.

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.

Wired Women Salon 100 : Deep Screens

Image: Emily Pelstring, 2014

LE RÉVÉLATEUR / SABRINA RATTÉ / ALASKA B / KATHERINE KLINE / LEYLA MAJERI

An evening of multimedia performance

Friday, Febuary 7th, doors at 7, show starts at 8
Studio XX (4001 rue Berri, espace 201)
Cost: $10 (free for Studio XX members)

Digital Storytelling – Multimedia production for Multiplatform distribution

Digital Storytelling

Tuesdays from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM, January 31 to March 20, 2012
8 weeks (24 hours)
230 $ + Studio membership $50 - prices include taxes

Participants will learn theoretical and practical skills on how to construct powerful short stories through the use of digital video, audio and photos as well as exploring the potential for interactivity. 

Media Space: Instruction on MAX-MSP and Micro-controllers

MAX/MSP Interface

This workshop will give artists the chance to realize a multi-media artwork wile learning theoretical and practical knowledge of the multiple components in a multi-media work: sound, video, interactivity, Internet, programming software (MAX/MSP Jitter) and physical programming (electronic circuit, ARDUINO micro-controller).


* Dates: Sunday afternoons from 1:00 – 4:00 PM 

Session 1 : from November 15th - December 20th, 2009, and from January 10th to January 31th

Session 2 : from February 7th to April 11th, 2010.

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