Events

Members' organized activities and events


Distinguished speaker - Dieter Mersch

Distinguished speaker - Dieter Mersch

ART AND NON-PROPOSITIONAL THINKING

November 10th 2017 4PM

This lecture is presented in conjunction with ALVINALVINALVINALVIN event, a collaboration between Matralab, Le PARC, Reseau Hexagram Network, Milieux, and the Zurich University of the Arts.


Past events

  • The activities of the Hexagram network aim to stimulate collaborations between the members. They are initiated by a group comprising at least two co-applicant members and allow the initiating groups to create a situation of exchange and collaboration with other regular members, students or collaborators as well as with local and international non-member researchers.

    The Hexagram network supports projects in various forms. The more classical forms of academic activities such as conferences, symposium and artist residencies are well represented in the programming and constitute a way of sharing knowledge with academic researchers as well as pulic in general . In a more direct approach, the Hexagram network also supports various workshops to disseminate creative process and techniques in new media and technological arts.

    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). The network also assists member research groups to leave the Quebec university environment in order to disseminate the knowledge and innovations generated by research and creation in local and international venues through a series of activities called HEXA_OUT . All activities contribute to Hexagram network's mission.

  • Hexagram at Transmediale Festival Berlin

    Hexagram at Transmediale Festival Berlin

    Elusive Life a public exhibition/presentation, will showcase the results of the Elusive Life research-studio that will take place between January 26-29, 2017 at the Museum für Naturkunde (natural history museum) in Berlin. The research-studio asks participants to grapple with the alienness of other forms of life

    Hexagram participation to The Night of Theatre n°9

    Hexagram participation to The Night of Theatre n°9

    Hexagram Co-director André Éric Létourneau will participate to The Night of Theatre n°9 on January 28th 2017 at at Trimukhi Cultural Centre in the Santhal tribal village of Borotalpada, West Bengal, India.

    HEXA_OUT - Visiones Sonoras

    HEXA_OUT - Visiones Sonoras

    October 4 to 8, 2016, Moreilia, Mexique

    Following the call to applications of April 2016, the members of the selection committee have selected the electroacoustic work of two student-members to represent Hexagram

    HEXA_OUT 11 - Listening to Public Space | Sound, City Planning and Architecture

    HEXA_OUT 11 - Listening to Public Space | Sound, City Planning and Architecture

    September 21 – 23, 2015

    The Goethe-Institut, Hexagram and DOCK Berlin unite forces to present a series of events exploring the relationship between sound, art and urban space.

    HEXA_OUT 10 - Relations Between Ecology and Digital Creation

    HEXA_OUT 10 - Relations Between Ecology and Digital Creation

    The International Image Festival, Manizales, Colombia, April 20-25, 2015

    Once again, Hexagram is pleased to partner with the Festival with the presence of members who will address the theme of the festival through a discussion of their artworks.

    HEXA_OUT 9 - Consuming life

    HEXA_OUT 9 - Consuming life

    An evening of debate & discussion & tastings

    It can be argued that the most intimate relationship with other life-forms is through eating, literary internalising the other.

    HEXA_OUT 8 - Post Conflict and Digital Creation

    HEXA_OUT 8 - Post Conflict and Digital Creation

    The International Image Festival, Manizales, Colombia, May 5-9, 2014

    Hexagram | CIAM is pleased to present HEXA_OUT 8: Post Conflict and Digital Creation in Manizales, Colombia for the 13th Edition of The International Image Festival.

    HEXA_OUT 7 - « DEMO or Die » (Negroponte)

    HEXA_OUT 7 - « DEMO or Die » (Negroponte)

    Part of the colloquium LA RECHERCHE-CRÉATION : Territoire d’innovation méthodologique.

    This colloquium aims to take stock of different methodological approaches in research-creation.

    HEXA_OUT 6 Convergence d’échelles

    HEXA_OUT 6 Convergence d’échelles

    In collaboration with the Gare numérique and in keeping with the theme of the 2014 VIA festival (Micro-Macro), this 6th edition of HEXA_OUT focuses on a convergence of scales, how geometric forms resolve themselves through cultural diversity as well as renewed relationships between objects and physical space.

    HEXA_OUT 5 - The Senses

    HEXA_OUT 5 - The Senses

    Hexagram | CIAM is pleased to collaborate with Hexagram-Concordia’s Distinguished Speaker Series and the Conversations in Contemporary Art Series (Concordia University MFA Studio Arts) in welcoming internationally known smell artist and “professional in-betweener” Sissel Tolaas.

    HEXA_OUT 4 Festival Internacional de la Imagen

    HEXA_OUT 4 Festival Internacional de la Imagen

    Codirectors of Hexagram | CIAM Gisèle Trudel and Ricardo Dal Farra were present, with three other research members, Ying Gao, Joanna Berzowska, and Barbara Layne, to give lectures and workshops at the Festival Internacional de la Imagen in Colombia.

    Universidad de Caldas – C.C.C Teatro Los Fundadores
    Manizales, Colombia
    April 15-19 2013

    HEXA_OUT 3 - When Forms of Life Collide

    HEXA_OUT 3 - When Forms of Life Collide

    Hexagram-Concordia in collaboration with Hexagram | CIAM and Phi Centre present two events:

    HEXA_OUT: When Forms of Life Collide – 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

    HEXA_OUT 2 - Agencements Machiniques

    HEXA_OUT 2 - Agencements Machiniques

    En collaboration avec la Gare numérique et en lien avec la thématique du festival VIA 2013 (Nature artificielle), cette deuxième édition de HEXA_OUT se penche sur les agencements machiniques : les relations entre machines, et celles que les machines entretiennent avec les humains et des situations particulières.

    HEXA_OUT 1

    HEXA_OUT 1

    How can collaboration between the arts, sciences and engineering be enhanced?

    This first edition of HEXA_OUT will attempt to shed light on the concepts of efficiency and acceleration when researchers from the arts, humanities and engineering work collaboratively.

  • "THE BUG" Project Discussion & Workshop

    Theory Fiction Science Fake

    Discussion
    August 24th 2017 2PM to 5PM

    Theory Fiction Science Fake is a conference that investigates narrative construction and delivery methods from a wide range of cultural, political and social media forums.

    Artists animate the Expo 67 archives

    Artists animate the Expo 67 archives

    CRAFTING MICROBEHAVIORS OF LIGHT AND SOUND IN N-POLYTOPE ARTIST TALK BY MARIJE BAALMAN

    Thursday June 15th 4pm

    Artists Animate the Expo 67 Archives highlights artists’ processes of working in/with archives by presenting, discussing, and reflecting on artists’ research-creation processes.

    Artists animate the Expo 67 archives

    Artists animate the Expo 67 archives

    AN ARTIST TALK BY LEISURE (MEREDITH CARRUTHERS AND SUSANNAH WESLEY), AND ALTHEA THAUBURGER

    Monday May 8th 2017 - 3PM

    “Artists Animate the Expo 67 Archives” will highlight artists’ processes of working in/with archives by presenting discussing, and reflecting on three artists research-creation processes: Leisure (Meredith Carruthers and Susannah Wesley), and Althea Thauburger.

    Distinguished speaker - Cornelia Sollfrank

    Distinguished speaker - Cornelia Sollfrank

    Art and Speculative Commons

    March 27th 2017 7PM

    In times of constant economic and ecological crisis the global commons movement is growing in search for bottom-up solutions. In the most general sense, commons can be described as alternative modes of ownership and collective ways of dealing with resources.

    Distinguished Speaker 16 - Valentine Verhaeghe

    Distinguished Speaker 16 - Valentine Verhaeghe

    Public Lecture

    November 9 2016, 6H00 PM

    Hexagram is proud, for the 16th event of it’s Distinguished Speaker Series, to present Valentine Verhaeghe, and interdisciplinary artist working in various fields of human sciences, philosophy and aesthetics.

    Future Imaginary Lecture - Kim Tallbear

    Future Imaginary Lecture - Kim Tallbear

    Disrupting settlements, sex and nature: An indigenous logic of rationality

    October 14 2016, 6H30 PM - 8H30 PM

    Hexagram is proud to support Jason Lewis in the organisation of Dr. Kim Tallbear’s talk as a part of the Future Imaginary Lecture series.

    Distinguished Speaker 15 - Arahmaiani

    Distinguished Speaker 15 - Arahmaiani

    ARAHMAIANI’S RESEARCH-CREATION: SENSES AND CONTEXT

    September 19, 5:30 pm

    Since the early 1990s’ Arahmaiani has been developing a research-creation process in various contexts, questioning the physical uniqueness and commodification of the art work.

    Affinities

    Affinities

    An afternoon of conversations with the artists of the Affinities series

    Joan Jonas, Tanya Lukin Linklater, Taisha Pagett, moderé par Cheryl Sim et Barbara Clausen
    Jeudi, 26 mai 2016 – 14h

    This event is organised in collaboration with DHC/ART and Hexagram and will offer the opportunity to discuss the practices of the various artists participating in the Affinities event series, a project curated in conjunction with the exhibition Joan Jonas

    Distinguished Speaker 14 - Joe Davis

    Distinguished Speaker 14 - Joe Davis

    Astrobiological Horticulture

    Public lecture followed by reception
    Friday, May 6 2016, 4pm

    Human history details our transition from groups of hunter-gatherers to communities centered on organized agriculture and the introduction and nurturing of unprecedented varieties plants and animals.

    Words & [ ]

    Words & [ ]

    Words & [ ] – A durational conference of Art and thought – May 6-8, 2016

    The School of Making Thinking presents Words & [ ] — a Durational Conference of Art & Thought a 56-hour (French/English bilingual) event to take place at The Darling Foundry May 6 - 8 2016, featuring round-the-clock live programming of 100 interdisciplinary performative presentations.

    Distinguished Speaker 13 - Charles Spence

    Distinguished Speaker 13 - Charles Spence

    Gastrophysics: The New Sciences of the Table

    Public Lecture in English
    October 16, 2015 from 6-8pm

    What is the perfect meal? We can probably all think of at least one especially memorable dinner. For some, it might be something as simple as a picnic in a meadow or fish & chips by the seaside. For others, it will be that once in a lifetime trip to one of the world’s top Michelin-starred restaurants.

    Elektra-Hexagram 2015

    Elektra-Hexagram 2015

    Resonant Architecture, Nicolas Maigret – 13-16 mai 2015

    For the 16th edition, ELEKTRA offers fans of digital arts and culture a theme centred on the power of sound, entitled POST-AUDIO, in the sense of “beyond audio,” or beyond what we know as sound. With programming that looks at the influence of sound on our psyche and explores phenomena of listening, ELEKTRA 16 is a window onto local, national and international creation.

    Distinguished Speaker 12 - Philip Beesley

    Distinguished Speaker 12 - Philip Beesley

    Condensing and Diffusing Architecture
    May 7th, 2015, from 6 – 8pm

    As part of Place, Architecture, and Responsive Environments (P.A.R.E) – a three-week research-creation residency hosted by the Topological Media Lab (TML) of Concordia University – Hexagram Distinguished Speakers Series in collaboration with the TML is proud to present world renown architect and installation artist, Philip Beesley.

    Amorphogenesis, an installation by Jaime del Val

    Amorphogenesis, an installation by Jaime del Val

    International Metabody Forum, Montreal – April 11-15, 2015

    Concordia University – Senselab – Hexagram – Urban spaces

    Metabody is a European project that attempts to redefine the body in Media in less reductionist ways than is usual in current information technologies, thus counteracting technology’s increasing tendency to dampen differences by reducing bodies and movements to prescribed forms in current surveillance culture.

    Distinguished Speaker 11 - Mark Hansen

    Distinguished Speaker 11 - Mark Hansen

    Data and Experience in 21st Century Media

    Public Lecture + Reception
    March 28, 2014
    4 – 6pm

    The talk will explore the shift in the form of technical media that, Hansen argues in his forthcoming book, Feed-Forward: On the Future of 21st Century Media (Chicago 2014), is currently underway in our world.

    Distinguished Speaker 10 - Sissel Tolaas

    Distinguished Speaker 10 - Sissel Tolaas

    SMELL = information
    – a tool for communication – navigation – education – decision making –

    Public Lecture + Reception
    Thursday, January 30, 2014
    6 – 7:15pm5

    What if the non-visible – such as smell molecules – was the starting point of action, response and communication? Smells are a very crucial component in the definition, understanding of and orientation to an environment.

    Distinguished Speaker 9 - Fiona Raby (Dunne & Raby)

    Distinguished Speaker 9 - Fiona Raby (Dunne & Raby)

    The United Micro Kingdoms (UmK)

    Public Lecture + Reception
    November 14, 2013
    4 – 6pm

    We called them micro-kingdoms rather than micro-states or micro-nations suggesting they are more like fables or tales based on imagination rather than hard scenarios based on analysis and reason — somewhere between sci-fi and foresight.

    Distinguished Speaker 8 - Renée Green

    Distinguished Speaker 8 - Renée Green

    Other Planes of There

    Public Lecture + Reception
    Friday, Sept 27, 2013 – 4 to 6pm

    In this talk, Renée Green will address her notion of “research-creation” by tracing aspects of its genealogy through a selection of projects which stress the interrelation- ship between the creation of aesthetic forms and thought, a complex process which is addressed in her forthcoming book of selected writings, Other Planes of There.

    Distinguished Speaker 7 - Krzysztof Wodiczko

    Distinguished Speaker 7 - Krzysztof Wodiczko

    «Projections and instruments»

    Public Lecture
    August 1, 2014, 6:30 – 8pm
    Phi Centre
    Free admission

    A unique opportunity to experience the installations of a major international figure in public art, here in Montreal.

    Distinguished Speaker 6 - Lisa Moren

    Distinguished Speaker 6 - Lisa Moren

    “Phenomena, Ecology and Technology”

    Public Lecture + Reception
    Friday, February 8, 2013

    Like the magnetic head of a tape recorder reading a cassette tape, the viewer draws audio from a portrait to hear the anecdotes from citizens of former Eastern Europe remembering their Communist past in Lisa Moren’s project “Récord, recórd, recollection.”

    Distinguished Speaker 5 - Roger Malina

    Distinguished Speaker 5 - Roger Malina

    Beyond Creativity: Art-Science Collaboration Today What’s New? Why Now? What’s Next?

    Public Lecture + Reception
    Friday, November 16, 2012
    4 to 6 pm

    Almost as soon as digital computers were developed, artists began to appropriate them for cultural purposes. Gaming, social media and digital media are now industries that grew out of the work of pioneers in art and technology.

    Distinguished Speaker 4 - Anne Nigten

    Distinguished Speaker 4 - Anne Nigten

    Processpatching: How Art Can Stitch Research Fields Together

    Public Lecture + Reception
    Friday, October 19, 2012
    4 – 6pm

    Processpatching is a term Anne Nigten introduced in her PhD thesis (2007) as a transdisciplinary working methodology for aRt&D environments and creative laboratories.

    Distinguished Speaker 3 - Jens Hauser

    Distinguished Speaker 3 - Jens Hauser

    Artistic Biomedia and the Production of Authenticity

    Public Lecture + Reception
    Friday, January 20, 2012
    4 – 6pm

    How and why are biomedia employed in the field of (media) art? Whilst the technosciences themselves have increasingly become potent producers of aesthetic visualizations, do artists just want to make rival use of the epistemic power of the image?

    Distinguished Speaker 2 - Annick Bureaud

    Distinguished Speaker 2 - Annick Bureaud

    Art and Extreme Environments: Inhabiting the Extreme

    Public Lecture
    Friday, October 21, 2011
    4 – 6 pm

    Human beings have expanded their presence to the entire planet and beyond, to environments of which not only they are not native but that they could not live in without their contemporary technologies

    Distinguished Speaker 1 - Karlheinz Essl

    Distinguished Speaker 1 - Karlheinz Essl

    Lecture and Performance

    with Tim Brady, Lori Freedman, Amy Horvey, Guy Pelletier, Brigitte Poulin
    Friday, September 23, 2011
    4 to 6:30pm

    Thanks to the development of fast and affordable computers within the last decade, electronic music composition has reached a new level. Formerly time-consuming operations like sound processing or complex control systems can now be executed in real time.

  • Colloque : L'art comme cognition incarnée

    Colloque : L'art comme cognition incarnée

    Événement-rencontre et table-ronde

    16 et 17 mars 2017

    Cet évènement-rencontre sur l’art, la culture et la cognition propose un espace de réflexion sur les phénomènes cognitifs en relations aux phénomènes artistiques.

    I/O [Input/Output] Symposium

    I/O [Input/Output] Symposium

    Hexagram is proud to sponsor the I/O [Input/Output] Symposium

    November 25th 2016 9AM to 5PM

    I/O [Input/Output] Symposium, a student member’s initiative organized with the support of the TAG Research Centre, the Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture and Technology and the Mlab..

    Molior 15 Years - Colloquium and Exhibition

    Molior 15 Years - Colloquium and Exhibition

    Hexagram is a proud partner of Molior, producer of major digital art exhibitions, celebrating its 15th anniversary with a series of important events.

    The celebrations will begin with Marie Perrault’s exhibition, Rhythms of the Imagination, Technological Tools and Works, from November 10 to 19, 2016 at Concordia’s Black Box, followed by the international colloquium Contemporary Digital Art: Conservation, Dissemination and Market Access on November 23, 24 and 25 at the Canadian Centre for Architecture.

    IVLA 2016 - Engaging the Senses

    IVLA 2016 - Engaging the Senses

    The 48th Annual Conference of the International Visual Literacy Association
    October 5-8, 2016

    IVLA’s annual conference provides scholars and researchers, teachers and students, artists, and other professionals with interests and activities relating to the multidisciplinary field of Visual Literacy, an opportunity to present their work and interact with peers.

    Symposium World of Matter - Extractive Ecologies and Unceded Terrains

    Symposium World of Matter - Extractive Ecologies and Unceded Terrains

    This international symposium is presented with the support of Hexagram.

    Gisèle Trudel will present her research on Friday February 20th in the afternoon, and Krista Lynes will present on Saturday February 21st in the morning.

    Welcome To All.

    Symposium - “Research as Practice”

    Symposium - “Research as Practice”

    On January 23 2015, Co-Directors Chris Salter and Gisèle Trudel will present the Hexagram Network and their own individual research at the Research as Practice Symposium. This event will be a post-graduate training day held at MIRIAD at Manchester Metropolitan University that will explore a range of approaches to practice as research from practitioners and students in the Visual Arts, Music, Performing Drama, Dance and Performing Arts pathways of the North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership (NWCDTP).

    Syncretic Transcodings 4 - Edging Over & Into Something Else

    Syncretic Transcodings 4 - Edging Over & Into Something Else

    Hexagram|CIAM is pleased to present Edging Over & Into Something Else, the 4th edition of our international seminar series Syncretic Transcodings, with academics, artists, and members of the research centre participating. The seminar’s objective is to reflect on the transformational events at the limits of materiality, whether physical, residual, biological or electronic.

    CivicBright: 3rd Seminar of the SYNCRETIC TRANSCODINGS Series

    CivicBright: 3rd Seminar of the SYNCRETIC TRANSCODINGS Series

    BrillanteCité-CivicBright, the third edition of Hexagram | CIAM’s SYNCRETIC TRANSCODINGS international seminar series, will reflect on urban creativity. It is presented in association with the Lumières de la ville symposium, organized by the 5th Toronto/Montreal/Lille Biennial.

  • "The Bug" Saucier & Heys

    Research-creation residency from august 1st to 31st 2017

    Saucier & Heys will develop their new project – ‘The Bug,’ which investigates the ubiquity of current surveillance strategies/systems and speculates on the state’s desire to record the purchases, movements, and relationships of the global civilian populace. This impetus isn’t new. The urge to achieve such aims is traceable to the aspirations of inventor Thomas Edison and philosopher/mathematician Charles Babbage.

    HEXA_IN 1 - BETWEEN POLYPHONY AND COMMON GROUND

    HEXA_IN 1 - BETWEEN POLYPHONY AND COMMON GROUND

    Negociating a One Page Manifesto For Urban Media and Public Art

    This research-creation workshop aims to propose a general action plan on how to consider the critical and innovative practices of public art in the era of urban digital media. The approach is close to a negociation process of writing a single page artistic manifesto.

  • Artificial intelligence & transdisciplinary arts

    Artificial intelligence & transdisciplinary arts

    October 6 2017
    EV Building Concordia
    1515 Ste-Catherine W. 11th floor

    Join Milieux and Hexagram in celebrating the 50th anniversary of Leonardo and the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology with an afternoon of presentations and moderated discussions about the current uses of artificial intelligence at the intersection of research and artistic creation.

    L.A.S.E.R. 3 - MOVED BY TOUCH

    L.A.S.E.R. 3 - MOVED BY TOUCH

    Round table L.A.S.E.R. Hexagram-Montreal

    April 3rd 7PM

    LASER Hexagram-Montréal (co-chaired by Nina Czegledy and Gisèle Trudel) will present a panel discussion about multisensoriality titled Moved by touch.

    L.A.S.E.R.2 - Re-enactment in dance

    L.A.S.E.R.2 - Re-enactment in dance

    Roundtable Laser Hexagram / Montréal

    Wednesday September 14th, 2016 7pm – 8:30pm

    Dance is an art of time. Dance therefore points to particular issues regarding conservation, transmission and re-enactment. The roundtable will focus on the notion of re-enactment in dance and its modes of effectuation, while questioning the status of documentary traces and their pertinence.

    L.A.S.E.R.1 - Innovative Materials & Processes

    L.A.S.E.R.1 - Innovative Materials & Processes

    Hexagram will host the first LASER (Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous) in Québec, in partnership with Leonardo/The International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology and OBORO.

  • Workshop 8 - ELASTIC S3D SPACE

    Workshop 8 - ELASTIC S3D SPACE

    Embodied virtual space observable through the use of stereoscopic techniques

    Saturday, October 3, 2015
    10am – 7pm

    This research exchange brings together researchers, artists and industry experts to share their research exploration on stereoscopic technologies, their effects and possibilities. The event invites international experts to convene with Canadian artists and researchers, while welcoming emerging artists and researchers who are curious about the technology and its effects.

    Workshop 7 - Presenting Thought in Progress

    Workshop 7 - Presenting Thought in Progress

    3 graphical Visualization workshops
    • Are you a student in the humanities, in visual arts and and media arts, and planning on participating in the EmergingResearchers’ Symposium – Re-Create 2015?
    • Are you an instructor or researcher concerned about how to present your research results or works in progress?
    Workshop 6 - Artistic Potentials of 3D Stereoscopic Technologies

    Workshop 6 - Artistic Potentials of 3D Stereoscopic Technologies

    Workshop led by Hexagram Students Zoe Bacchus, Anna Hawkins, Audrey-Maude McDuff, and David Seitz

    April 5 and 6, 2014
    10am to 4pm

    This interdisciplinary two-day workshop converges multiple media – drawing, video, performance and sculpture – through the use of SANDDE (Stereoscopic Animation Drawing Device).

    Workshop 5 - The Art of Networks

    Workshop 5 - The Art of Networks

    Workshop led by François-Joseph Lapointe

    February 27th, 2014
    9 – 3:30pm

    From social networks, to food webs, transport networks, and gene networks, networks are everywhere. Yet, the graph-theoretical basis of network analysis is difficult to grasp, either mathematically or computationally.

    Workshop 4 - Ethnographic Research

    Workshop 4 - Ethnographic Research

    Workshop led by Georgina Born

    Wednesday, October 30th, 2013, 3 – 6pm
    Hexagram Resource Centre
    EV Building, 11.705, Concordia University, 1515 St. Catherine Street West, Montreal QC

    Ethnographic research has become one of the most fashionable and exotic research methods in the humanities and social sciences, but it can also be misunderstood.

    Workshop 3 - Thinking with your Ears

    Workshop 3 - Thinking with your Ears

    Workshop led by Sam Auinger

    Wednesday, October 16, 2013
    4 – 7pm
    Hexagram Resource Centre, EV Building, 11.705 Concordia University, 1515 St. Catherine Street West. Montreal QC

    In this hands-on workshop, internationally renowned sound artist, designer and sonic thinker Sam Auinger challenges our visually dominated worldview.

    Workshop 2 - Jacquard Colour Tapestry Workshop with Louise Lemieux-Bérubé

    Workshop 2 - Jacquard Colour Tapestry Workshop with Louise Lemieux-Bérubé

    Workshop Description

    This workshop will facilitate advanced techniques in digital jacquard weaving, with a focus on colour and structures. The goal of the workshop is to enable different colour mixing methods to be accessible for researchers, faculty, and graduate students using the Hexagram Jacquard loom.

    Workshop 1 - DIY Prosthetics “Environment Sensing”

    Workshop 1 - DIY Prosthetics “Environment Sensing”

    Workshop led by Nina Czegledy of ThingTank Lab in Toronto

    Saturday, November 3, 2012
    10am – 5pm
    Hexagram Resource Center

    Hexagram is hosting a thematic workshop this November open to everyone in the wider Hexagram community. The aim of the workshop is to expand knowledge and perspectives on what a prosthetic is and what a prosthetic can make possible.

  • Hexa_Wave Launch

    Hexa_Wave Launch

    Wednesday, September 7, 2016, 5:30 pm to 7:15 pm

    The Hexagram network is pleased to invite you to launch Hexa_Wave / Hexa_Sonde’s first season. This radio series created by André Éric Létourneau with Cynthia Noury and Odrée Laperrière consists of podcasts presenting the network’s artist-researchers.

    Hexagram representation at IMDA-Elektra

    Hexagram representation at IMDA-Elektra

    International Marketplace for Digital Arts – May 16th, 2015

    The International Marketplace for Digital Arts (IMDA) is the professional stream of Elektra. Since 2007, this activity has been attracting important representatives of the world of digital arts from every continent. By bringing together key people in the field, the IMDA encourages collaborative and presentation projects and paves the way for local artists to present abroad.

    Society for Cinema and Media Studies

    Society for Cinema and Media Studies

    Hexagram will have a booth at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS), a conference that is dedicated to the scholarly study of film, television, video and new media.

    From March 25-29th 2015, Hexagram presents the network through the audiovisual documentation of its past events, as well as academic publications written by Hexagram members. We hope to see you there!

    180 SEC

    180 SEC

    Your research in 180 SEC

    For all Hexagram members!

    THE CHALLENGE : How long does it take to cook an egg sunny side up? About 180 seconds ! Well, it’s exactly the amount of time you’ll get to present your research project – no more, no less – and with only one PDF !

    Wikicité Hexagram at Wikicité: citizen participation in the digital age

    Wikicité Hexagram at Wikicité: citizen participation in the digital age

    February 27-28, 2014

    Hexagram | CIAM will have a booth at Wikicité, a symposium on citizen participation in the digital age.

    Hexagram | CIAM presents audiovisual documentation of two projects that have a direct connection with the theme; Between Polyphony and Common Ground (2013) and CivicBright (2013) at Wikicité, in the “Espace innovation.”

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