Aurélie Besson




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  • ISEA2020

    Aurélie Besson is currently the director and artistic co-director of Molior, an international media art exhibitions producer with projects in China, Brazil, France, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Switzerland and Canada. She curated several projects in the field of art, technologies and sciences. Based in Prague between 2007 and 2010, she previously led collaborative European projects and events in the field of art and technology. She is a Phd candidate at Université du Québec à Montréal. Her thesis project, codirected by L. Poissant and V. Frak, deals with the embodiment and the senses of movement during interactive artwork experiences. She organized ten conferences with Montreal universities. She coordinated the production of the book Lumières de la ville (PUQ) directed by L. Poissant. She published several articles on digital arts in books and magazines. She holds a Master’s degree in Communications (Université Lyon 2; Universiteit Utrecht) and a Master’s degree in cultural development and project management (Université Lyon 2).

    ISEA 2019

    Aurélie Besson is a Phd candidate at Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada. Her thesis project, codirected by L. Poissant and V. Frak, deals with the embodiment and the senses of movement during interactive artwork experiences. She organized ten conferences with Montreal universities. She coordinated the production and published two articles in Lumières de la ville (PUQ) directed by L. Poissant. She is currently the director and artistic co-director of Molior, an international media art exhibitions producer with projects in China, Brazil, France, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Switzerland and Canada. Based in Prague between 2007 and 2010, she previously led collaborative European projects and events in the field of art and technology. She holds a Master’s degree in Communications (Université Lyon 2, France; Universiteit Utrecht, Netherlands) and a Master’s degree in cultural development and project management (Université Lyon 2).


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