International Digital Arts Biennial (BIAN)
The second International Digital Arts Biennial takes place at the MAC and across 30 exhibition spaces in the city, featuring a myriad of contemporary installations and presentations on the theme, PHYSICAL/ITÉ.
From May 1 to June 19
As part of the 2nd edition of BIAN, the MAC is pleased to present C4I a work by Ryoji Ikeda, one of the foremost names in digital visual art and minimalist electronic music. This remarkable work is being shown in its film version for the first time in Montréal.
From May 6 to June 15
Society for Arts and Technology
From May 26 to May 31
Come and See
The exhibition COME AND SEE by JAKE and DINOS CHAPMAN is at DHC/ART.
From April 4 to August 31
McLaren MUR À MUR
To celebrate the legacy of Norman McLaren on the 100th anniversary of his birth, the Quartier des spectacles, in association with the National Film Board of Canada, will be transformed into a vast outdoor laboratory for experimental video art. Seven original video works inspired by McLaren’s films will be projected on the façades of eight buildings in the district.
From April 11 to June 1