Marché international de l’art numérique (MIAN), Montreal

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WhiteFeather’s presentation of Biomateria: Biotextile Craft.

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The Marché international de l’art numérique (MIAN)/ INTERNATIONAL MARKETPLACE FOR DIGITAL ART (IMDA) 2017 took place June 28 and 29 at Salle Fernand-Séguin de la Cinémathèque québécoise from 10am to 5 pm. The event is free and open to the public.

MIAN is the professional component of ELEKTRA. Since 2007, MIAN hosts major stakeholders in digital arts from all continents. Each year, the MIAN is a unique opportunity for exchange and networking, helping to create a real synergy in the medium of digital art.

Hexagram once again had the pleasure to host guests from MIAN who are part of ELEKTRA. During an informal meeting, Hexagram artist-researchers will be linked with broadcasters, curators and participating artists. Some of the international organisations included: Festival Semibreve (Braga, PT), MoMA (New York City, US), Festival Le Monde (Paris, FR), ISI_Lab Festival (Montpellier, FR), Fiber Festival (Amsterdam, NL), Screen City Biennial (Stavanger, NO), Hyphen Hub (New York City, US), Aurora Festival (Dallas, US), DaVinci Creative (Séoul, KO), Japan Media Arts Festival (Tokyo, JP), V&A Museum (London, UK), Gonzo (circus) (Amsterdam, NL).

As a Hexagram member, WhiteFeather was offered the opportunity to present her work during the meeting, along with Kadijah Baker, Studio subTela, Aurelio Meza, Francisco González Rosas, Maxime Michaud and Momentum RnDon Thursday, June 29 between 10h 30 to 12h at the Agora Hydro-Québec, Coeur des sciences, UQAM.

ELEKTRA FESTIVAL – www.elektramontreal.ca

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