Ingrid Bachmann

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  • ISEA2016

    Ingrid Bachmann (born 1958) is a Canadian contemporary artist based in Montreal known mostly for her interactive kinetic sculptures that mix technology and ordinary everyday objects. Her work has been exhibited throughout Canada, and internationally in the United States, Peru, Brazil, Germany, Belgium, Scotland, Australia and Cuba. Exhibitions include the 11th Havana Biennial (Cuba), the Quebec Biennial, Manifestation d’art International 6 (Canada), Flesh of the World (Canada), Command Z: Artists Exploring Phenomena and Technology (USA), and Lab 30 (Germany).


    Ingrid Bachmann, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.


    Ingrid Bachmann, Concordia University, CA.


    Ingrid Bachmann, Canada.


    Ingrid Bachmann, Chicago, US, is an artist whose activities include a studio practice, curatorial projects, writing and collabo-rative ventures. Recent projects include Knit One, Swim 2, an interactive installation, and Fault Lines, an intemet computer weaving collaboration with Barbara Layne. She has written for numerous catalogues and art magazines and is currently co-editing MATERIAL MATTERS, an anthology that examin-ing the relationships between material and culture. Curatorial projects include “Re-Inventing the Box”, for ISEA 97 and “Poke Out Her Eyes and Other Stories”. She is currently Visiting Artist at The School of The Art Institute of Chicago.


Last Known Location:

  • Montréal, Quebec, Canada

Previous Location(s):

  • Chicago, Illinois, US

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