Co-Founders: Su Schnee and Daniel Dion (1958-2014)
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Louise Provencher, president
Louise Provencher is an independent curator, art critic and philosophy professor. Director of the collection Lieudit (CDD 3D), in the last years she has been interested in an archeological approach to the research of medias/technologies. She has spoken at a number of conferences and has published texts on this subject in many journals and catalogues. She has also curated a number of exhibitions, including: Porter le mur comme le masque by Michel Goulet and Montréal/Télégraphe : le son iconographe; the international colloquium Electre et Magnete on electromagnetism and the arts (UQAM 2003, OBORO 2004 et 2005); and Corps Électromagnétiques in collaboration with Nina Czegledy.
Nadia Myre, vice-president
Nadia Myre is a visual artist from Montreal (Quebec) whose multi-disciplinary practice is inspired by participant involvement as well as recurring themes of identity, language, longing and loss. She is a graduate from Concordia University (M.F.A., 2002) and a recipient of Les Elles de l’art (2011), CALQ’s Prix à la création artistique pour la région des Laurentides (2009), and an Eiteljorg Fellowship (2003). Her work is exhibited nationally and internationally and has received accolades from the New York Times and Le Devoir, as well as features in American Craft, ARTnews, Canadian Art, C Magazine and Parachute. Myre’s work is found in numerous collections, including: Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Eiteljorg Museum, Fonds régional d’art contemporain (FRAC) de Lorraine, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal, Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, National Gallery of Canada, and Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian.
Eliane Ellbogen, administrator
Eliane Ellbogen is currently completing a Bachelor’s of Law at UQAM. She recently joined the team as a future articling student at Fasken Martineau, where she will pursue her interests in Intellectual Property and Privacy Protection. Eliane has been involved in the broader legal community by working at the Innocence Project, where she co-authored a judicial review Memorandum, and volunteering at a local legal clinic. Prior to beginning her law studies, Eliane co-founded in 2007 and directed until 2017 the digital art centre, Eastern Bloc. She has an Art History degree from McGill University and has advised numerous government bodies as an expert in the digital arts.
Chantal Dumas, administrator