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ISEA2015: The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art
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Saturday, August 15 • 9:30am - 5:30pm
T03 Lab@Lab: Media Lab Networks Disrupting the Politics and Economics of Digital Cultures

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 “Lab@Lab: media lab networks disrupting the politics and economics of digital cultures” is a full-day unconference event around the theme of networking between media labs. Inspired by the experience of the organizers of LabàLab, a series of networking events between Quebec-based media labs, Lab@Lab will be an opportunity for representatives of North American media labs, artists, theorists, cultural workers, curators, and researchers to develop common tactics of solidarity, exchange, mutual aid, and networked collaboration in a context of increasing political austerity and economic uncertainty. Adopting the unconference format, organisers and participants will establish the groundwork for a North America wide network of media labs: a vibrant ecology of artist-run centres, university labs, hackerspaces, fablabs, artist collectives, and more. Through a horizontal, transversal approach, inevitably, a diversity of voices will emerge. Together, by sharing our common experiences and practices, we can take a collective, unified stand against the market economy logic driving contemporary digital cultural production and dissemination.

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Eliane Ellbogen

Artistic Director, Eastern Bloc
Eliane Ellbogen is the co-founder and artistic director of Eastern Bloc, an exhibition and production centre for the digital arts established in 2007. She completed her studies in Art History at McGill University and has since focused her curatorial practice in the fields of networked and systems-based practices. She collaborates locally and internationally on the organization of the annual Sight & Sound digital arts festival and curates the... Read More →
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Isabelle L'Italien

Executive Director, CQAM
Her passion for video and independent film was sealed with her participation in the Vidéo Femmes creation labs. She began her career at Spirafilm, working as a communications assistant in addition to writing and directing two short films. She was also involved in a number of independent productions ans run-artists centers. Isabelle has been Executive Director of the CQAM since 2011.
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Alexandre Quessy

New Media Art Consultant, Source Libre / Conseil québécois des arts médiatiques CQAM
Alexandre Quessy is a Montreal-based artist and software developer. He is much involved in creating and teaching free software for arts. He is the main author of the Toonloop live animation software, and one of the authors of MapMap, a free video mapping tool. His interests range from web to interactive video, including show control and audio spatialization. Alexandre is a member of Perte de Signal, Eastern Bloc and Conseil québécois des arts... Read More →


Saturday August 15, 2015 9:30am - 5:30pm
Room 4945 Simon Fraser University (Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4, Canada)

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