Meet the artists #1
with Myriam Bleau, Antonin Fourneau, Thibault Brunet
Meet the Artists lets visitors find out more about the artists involved in Multiplica. In these quick but focused exchanges, artists share with the audience their unique approaches to the fields of digital arts and digital culture. Get a glimpse into the artists' minds: their works, their creations, and visions for the future.
Join us at one of our cozy spaces at the Rotondes to listen in and ask your burning questions. Or get involved online through our live stream on the Rotondes’ social media channels. All talks are free for anyone to attend. You don’t need to be an expert in art and technology, all that’s required is a curious mind.
Myriam Bleau is a composer, digital artist and performer based in Montreal. She creates audiovisual systems that go beyond the screen, such as sound installations and performance-specific musical interfaces. Her hybrid electronic practice investigates music performance as a codified cultural manifestation and recontextualizes pop culture elements and music history tropes.
A graduate of the Aix-en-Provence Art School and the École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (EnsAD, Paris) Antonin Fourneau has focused his research on interactive art, popular culture and creative interactions in large groups of people. He is currently professor in new media design at the EnsAD and a guest lecturer in several other major design schools.
> What to see at Multiplica: Waterlight Graffiti
Thibault Brunet is a French artist whose work plays with the coded genres of photography and questions the relationship with virtuality in a society that is moving more and more towards digitalization. A graduate of ENSBA in Nîmes, Thibault Brunet has traveled through virtual worlds with his camera in search of images, which he has exhibited in several European cities since 2011.
> What to see at Multiplica: Réminiscence
Language : in French
Duration : 45'
Venue : Galerie
Dates : Fri 01.03.19 >18:30-19:15
Price : free entry
Myriam Bleau © Leif Norman
Antonin Fourneau © Manuel Braun