François Quévillon


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  • ISEA2019

    François Quévillon is an artist from Montréal (Canada) that develops an interdisciplinary practice through installation, sound, images and technologies. His work explores phenomena of the world and perception by the implementation of processes sensitive to their fluctuations and to the interference of contextual elements. He investigates how technology affects or redefines human cognition, culture, the environment, our relationships to space, to time and to one another. His work has been presented at exhibitions and events dedicated to contemporary art, cinema and digital creation. Among them : Sundance’s New Frontier exhibition (Park City), Spaces Under Scrutiny at the Knockdown Center (New York), International Symposium on Electronic Art (Albuquerque, Dubaï and Gwangju), Museu da Imagem e do Som, Festival Internacional de Linguagem Eletrônica and Hipersônica (São Paulo), IndieBo (Bogotá), LOOP Barcelona, Plug-In at Contemporary Istanbul, Show Off Paris, Festival de la Imagen (Manizales), European Conference on Computer Vision (Munich), Mois Multi (Québec), NeurIPS, RIDM, Elektra and International Digital Art Biennal (Montréal).

    ISEA2014

    François Quévillon is an artist from Montreal, Canada. He develops an interdisciplinary practice through installation, video, photography, sound and digital technologies. His work explores phenomena of the world and perception by the implementation of processes sensitive to their fluctuations and to the interference of contextual elements. He examines the operational dimensions of images, sounds and other media through the elaboration of systems with unstable parameters, compressed or endlessly evolving spatio-temporal structures. Engaging both scientific observation and a contemplative state of mind, his pieces propose ambiguous experiences through which the ungraspable manifests itself. He investigates how technology affects or redefines human cognition, culture, the environment, our relationships to space, to time and to one another.


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  • Montreal, Canada



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