Photographies : Anusorn Khabpet
Affiche : Laurie Girard
Véronique Ménard finds in nature a great source of inspiration. She likes to see it as “the oldest silent witness of the evolution of society”. She speaks about the influence of nature in her work and the story of how she got into digital arts, passing through photography, coding and electronics.
His first animation, his first digital graffiti, his first time coding, his first video game, his first animated character, his first short film, his first time working with nudity, his first performance- in his presentation, Ferid Sanaa talks about the experiences he has had working for the first time with different types of media.
Priscilla Vaillancourt entered the digital arts program because it was the only concentration with places available- she had never used a computer for anything other than sending an email. It has not been an easy path, but she is proud of her achievements.
Justine Bourdages is an artist that works around the subject of identity. She is interested in the stories hidden behind subjects' faces. Through her pieces, she allows the viewer to see hidden relations between people and their memories.
Colombian artist Paolo Almario shares how he started working with specific technologies within his digital arts practice. His early web development interests have evolved into physical self-destroying portraits. On behalf of a not-so-frustrating learning process, he promotes SCANLabs, a students group dedicated to digital technologies 'evangelization'.