Interstices is an inter-university research-creation group founded in 2001 by Lynn Hughes (Concordia University) and Jean Dubois (Université du Québec à Montréal). The group focuses on the aesthetic and poetic potential of tangible interfaces and interactive environments. It provides an environment for the conception, production, critical analysis, and dissemination of experimental projects by professors and graduate students. Works explicitly produced for Interstices have been presented throughout Quebec (Elektra, Daïmon, Optica, Dare-Dare, Groupe Molior) and internationally (ISEA-Japan, File-São Paulo, Millenium Museum-Beijing, Wood Street Galleries-Pittsburgh…) and individual members of the group exhibit widely. The next round of projects by Interstices will explore the artistic convergence of media, architectural and urban spaces.

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