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Hexa_Wave

A radio series presenting Hexagram researchers in 1-hour interview format. Hexa_Wave objective is to promote Hexagram research within the scientific community and to the general public. Hexa_Wave will be available in podcast format directy on Hexagram website and will also be broadcast on wikiradio.ca and on CKUT.ca.

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Hexagram panels and lectures

Recordings of Hexagram network activities. Each episode presents a guest speaker, a round table or a discussion about research-creation in relation to Hexagram network's research axis. All Network activities are initiated by members and aim to promote research-creation and to share the knowledge developed in the partner institutions and throughout the world.

L.A.S.E.R. Series

Through its association with Leonardo / The International Society for the Arts, Science and Technology (Leonardo / ISAST), the Hexagram network organizes L.A.S.E.R. Hexagram-Montreal (Leonardo Art and Science Evening Meeting). Hexagram member Gisèle Trudel (Université du Québec à Montréal) and collaborator Nina Czegledy co-chair this event series.

Hexa_wave

A 48-episode radio series presenting 48 Hexagram researchers in 1-hour interview format. Hexa_Wave objective is to promote Hexagram research within the scientific community and to the general public. Hexa_Wave will be available in podcast format directy on Hexagram website and will also be broadcast on wikiradio.ca and on CKUT.ca.

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Hexagram panels and lectures

Recordings of Hexagram discussion panels and lectures presented in Montreal by Hexagram members and artist-researchers from around the world. All Hexagram activites are initiated by regular members and are covering various topics related to research axis.

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  • Every exhibition implies a situational difference. It presupposes a transposition, an act of putting something outside of itself in accordance with the Latin “ex-ponere”. This act is to be understood in spatial as much as in temporal terms, moving the exhibited into a new, (still) unfamiliar context which itself is not only constituted by other exhibits but by all the participating elements—people, objects, spaces, discourses. Assuming that such a constellation is dynamically formed all of its participants appear in instable relationships, which have to be constantly redefined. Within them meaning, role, position and status are shaped and modified. The talk focuses on the political structure located here and traces its relation to other political aspects of a presentational situation, such as the topic of a show, the content transported by the exhibited objects, the attitudes and gestures, which motivated them. Beatrice von Bismarck will particularly raise the question of the potential social relevance of the curatorial practice.

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L.A.S.E.R. Series

Through its association with Leonardo / The International Society for the Arts, Science and Technology (Leonardo / ISAST), the Hexagram network organizes L.A.S.E.R. Hexagram-Montreal (Leonardo Art and Science Evening Meeting). Hexagram member Gisèle Trudel (Université du Québec à Montréal) and collaborator Nina Czegledy co-chair this event series.

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  • Depuis les années 1970, les premiers synthétiseurs massifs et onéreux de même que les systèmes hautement spécialisés ont connu diverses transformations. En quatre décennies, les méthodes et usages se sont progressivement démocratisés pour devenir plus hybrides, et en intégrant des processus tactiles et collaboratifs. Les développements sociaux et technologiques entre humains et machines génèrent un large éventail d'approches en création musicale. Les présentateurs discuteront de leurs motivations à travailler avec des synthétiseurs dans des situations socialement chargées. From synthesizers' beginnings as massive, expensive and highly specialized systems in the 1970s, various transformations have occurred over four decades. Methods and access have gradually become democratic and hybrid, while integrating tactile and collaborative processes. Social and technological developments between humans and machines have contributed to a greater variety of approaches. The presenters will discuss their motivations to create with synthesizers in an array of socially charged situations.

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