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:

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.

Each COMPOSITE takes place according to the same structure. A Minute Inspiration blitz introduces the evening: 10 digital players each have one minute to share a project that has recently had an impact on them, inspired them, touched them. 6 keynote presentations followed, each lasting 6 minutes, of projects selected in advance by the COMPOSITE committee through a call for participants. They can come from the field of art, industry or social innovation; the guiding thread is their common ability to inspire, stimulate innovation and awaken in viewers a desire for discovery and exploration. The event concludes with an evening of networking, discussions, to allow both presenters and participants to forge links and flesh out their respective projects.

For this edition, COMPOSITE honors collaboration. The event will be an opportunity to present projects in which collaborative strategies or solidarity approaches have an important and original place. Two works by Hexagram student members are selected for presentation. Ahreum Lee [Concordia University] will present the video installation Multiple Selves and Ké Medley [Université du Québec à Chicoutimi] will present Compartment_Complex.

Molior is an organization specialized in the production of exhibitions and artistic projects which make use of technologies as a creation, expression and action tool. Since its foundation in 2001, Molior has presented numerous innovative projects in Canada as well as on the international scene in collaboration with multiple dissemination partners. Molior also carries out various activities outside of established networks in order to stimulate audience development and foster access to high-quality productions.

The Montréal Science Centre is a museum dedicated to science and technology. It distinguished itself for its accessible interactive approach and by showcasing homegrown innovation and expertise. Since 2000, 10 million visitors have explored the centre’s offerings, including 2 million students.

A dynamic partner of artistic creativity in Montreal, the Conseil des arts de Montréal identifies, supports and recognizes excellence and innovation in the creation, production and presentation of professional artistic endeavours. It encourages openness, discovery and daring at the heart of Montreal’s artistic landscape, thanks to its initiatives. Since 1956, the Conseil des arts de Montréal has been an influential player in the development of “Montreal, Cultural Metropolis.”


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