Per Capita
  • Aaron David Ross (PAN) [US]

    Lauded as “bright, erotic and alive” by The New York Times, Aaron David Ross (ADR) is a composer, producer and artist preoccupied with music’s affective potentiality. In addition to his work as one half of the critically acclaimed Gatekeeper...

  • Alexandre Castonguay [CA]

    Alexandre Castonguay's projects put into perspective the practice and discourse of digital arts. His work seeks to explore artistic potential of new technologies and examine unequal access to media tools. His work has been shown at Transmediale in Berlin,...

  • Amber Berson [CA]

    Amber Berson is a writer, curator, and PhD student conducting doctoral research at Queen’s University on the subject of artist-run culture and feminist, utopian thinking. She most recently curated The Let Down Reflex (2016, with Juliana Driever);...

  • Aurélie Besson [FR/CA]

    Aurélie Besson is codirector of Molior, an international exhibition production organisation. In 2014, she coproduced "Éveil," held in São Paolo and Quebec's participation in the International Triennial of New Media Art, held...

  • Cameron Stiff [CA]

    Cameron Stiff is passionate about the transformation of cities from engines of consumption and waste into harmonious and productive ecosystems with healthy, closed loop, localized urban-rural metabolisms. Originally from Toronto, he moved to Montreal in 2003...

  • Chdh [FR]

    The chdh collective studies the image/sound relationship by creating audiovisual algorithmic synthesizers. These instruments are used during live performances to generate abstract particle choreography. This minimalist material reveals underlying behavior that...

  • Christine Renaud [CA]

    Christine Renaud is a social entrepreneur and CEO of E-180, which creates web and mobile matchmaking tools connecting like-minded people interested in learning from each other, one-on-one, in person. E-180 turns events, spaces and cities into peer-learning...

  • Craig Fahner [CA]

    Craig Fahner is an artist and musician based in Calgary, Alberta. His electronic, video, and sound-based works reimagine electronic systems, generating experiences that reflect on the role of technology in our culture. Fahner’s works have been exhibited...

  • Crystal ɡʁiʃ (Crystalgriche) (collective)

    Inspired by experimentation, Stephanie Castonguay's practice explores process as a phenomenon leaving behind a trace. Through the use of small audio circuits, elements of memory and chance are manifested in her work. Castonguay tries to grasp the essential...

  • Danny Perreault [CA]

    In his artistic practice, Danny Perreault produces his own custom projection systems, which he presents in a diverse range of digital art events. He is especially inspired by urbanism, architecture, scenography, and the audiovisual realm. His experience is...

  • Dr Renee Sieber [CA]

    Renée Sieber is a professor of geography and environment (jointly appointed) at McGill University, in Montréal, Canada. She is also affiliated with McGill's School of Computer Science, McGill's Digital Humanities Working Group and the...

  • Francis Fortier [CA]

    Francis Fortier is completing a Masters in Sociology at the University of Quebec in Montreal on the economic crises of the 60s and 70s in the United States. He is examining specifically the place that labour organization has as a guiding principle behind...

  • Guillaume Vallée [CA]

    Guillaume Vallée graduated from Concordia University with a Major in Film Animation and MFA in Studio Arts - Film Production. He is interested in radical forms of the moving image in analog media as a way of considering the direct interaction between...

  • Harmergeddon [UK]

    Harmergeddon = Nathan + Fae Harmer || audio/visual/performance art duo, based in London, UK. Their improvisations focus on the serendipitous, working with live electronics, obsolete consumer electronic devices and the drifting periphery. Their work resounds...

  • Jacqueline Mabey [US]

    Jacqueline Mabey’s curatorial practice is shaped both by ten years of post-secondary education in art history and cultural studies at Wilfrid Laurier University, McGill University, and The University of British Columbia, and by her multifarious...