September 8 to 12, 2021

Hexagram’s 2021-2022 Interdisciplinary season programming on the theme EMERGENCE/Y will launch the week of September 8-12, in the framework of the 2021 edition of the Ars Electronica Festival. Hexagram will present a series of synchronous and asynchronous streaming-based events specifically curated and produced for the Festival. The events and projects were selected by an ad-hoc jury following a call which was open to Hexagram members. Over 50 co-investigator members, student members and Hexagram collaborators, as well as their own collaborators, will contribute their work, research and insightful live discussions to the four-day programme.

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Hexagram Network @ MUTEK Forum and Festival

When : August 24th to September 2nd, 2021
Where : MUTEK Forum online platform
Purchase Mutek Festival and Mutek Online Forum passes


The MUTEK Forum welcomes more than a hundred speakers through panels, presentations, case studies, workshops and networking opportunities. Hexagram is featured within the programming axis titled “New frontiers of digital and audiovisual creation” along with those who contribute to develop, diversify and interconnect local and international creators and professionals. The first elements of the professional activities program have been unveiled and the MUTEK Forum Passports can now be purchased at preferential rates.

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Digital creation, dissemination and mediation through the new online immersive spaces.

This event is open to the public on our Youtube channel. Organized by UQAC – École NAD, Laboratoire MIMESIS and Hexagram.

The MIMESIS laboratory (École NAD-UQAC) and Hexagram present 3 lunch-meetings to bring together creators, researchers, experts and students, who will present their work and initiatives on modalities of artistic creation, dissemination, and mediation through the new virtual and immersive spaces.

Faced with the physical social distancing imposed throughout this past year, creators had to devise – often to improvise – new work processes and dissemination strategies. The (im)material conditions of production and exhibition, as well as the urgency to acquire new skills suddenly accelerated learning curves, prompted distributed collaborations, and instigated new modalities of presentation. Although digital creation is well-anchored in the landscape of Montreal’s art, cultural and creative industries, the “frame” [le cadre] of these creations is once again being probed.

During these three lunch-meetings, we will examine the new “out-of-frame” objects that emerged in the 2020-20XX context: creative works that no longer correspond to a specific genre or discipline, to a space, a type of institution or a designated audience. We will discuss digital, virtual and online interpretations of pre-existing projects, new ways for experiencing digital creations, case-studies of access and interactions enhanced by new technologies, and other forms of aesthetic experimentation.

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Molior in collaboration with Hexagram and the Montreal Sciences Centre is pleased to welcome COMPOSITE #26.
Thursday, February 25 – 6pm to 8pm

To participate as a spectator (virtually), please RSVP here: https://forms.gle/TvJrPrp1Yuh3zSCE9

COMPOSITE is a bimonthly networking event dedicated to digital creativity. It was born from an initiative of the Conseil des arts de Montréal and organized each time by a different cultural organization in collaboration with a company in the digital industry. This event aims to create a recurring meeting space between the art world and the industry of the digital sector, by encouraging the meeting and pollination between creators, artist-run centers, organizations, businesses and digital professionals. Continue reading

ISEA2020 Online – Over 40 Hexagram members will participate

For its first ever online edition, organized in Montreal by Printemps numérique, ISEA2020 will welcome over 350 presenters, of which over 40 are Hexagram researchers, student researchers and member collaborators who will partake in 20 paper presentations, panels and a workshop, as well as artwork exhibitions. Several of our researchers will present interuniversity and international research collaborations.


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