Diane Morin

Hailing from the Kamouraska region, Diane Morin lives and works in Montreal. She studied in Rivière-du-Loup then at Université Laval, and holds a Master of Fine Arts (Open Media, 2003) from Concordia University in Montreal. Since 1998, Diane Morin creates installations linking her practice to kinetic and new media art. She works with light, sound, drawing and robotics to create in situ installations in which kinetic, sound and light events take place. She has exhibited individually and collectively in Montreal, across Canada and abroad. In 2014, she became the first recipient of the National Gallery of Quebec's « Prix en art actuel » presented in collaboration with the RBC Foundation.

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