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Contemporary Digital Art

Conservation, dissemination and market access

A colloquium produced by Molior
Under the patronage of the Daniel Langlois Foundation

Editorial committee: Aurélie Besson, Matthew Biederman, Andrée Duchaine, Ying Gao, Daniel Langlois, Dominique Moulon and Marie Perrault.

Molior celebrated its 15 anniversary with an exhibition and an international colloquium. The colloquium A contemporary Digital Art Conservation, Dissemination and Market Access a was held on November 23, 24 and 25, 2016 at the Canadian Centre for Architecture (Montreal). We are here publishing the articles and documentation prepared by several of the colloquium speakers.

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The full colloquium program is available at the website of the event:
http://www.molior.ca/colloque/

The videos and most of the talks can also be consulted on Molior’s youtube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCY8pPB2L4yruOxSyLmYQF7A

The exhibition, titled Rhythms of the Imagination, Technological Tools and Works by the curator Marie Perrault, was presented as an introduction to the colloquium, from November 10 to 19, 2016 at the Hexagram-Concordia Black Box (Montreal):
http://www.molior.ca/en/projets/rhythms-of-the-imagination-technological-tools-and-works

Through a history of the presentation and acquisition of the selected works, the exhibition also provided concrete examples to stimulate discussions during the colloquium. The featured artists were Ingrid Bachmann, Luc Courchesne, Jean Dubois, Jean-Pierre Gauthier, Diane Landry and David Rokeby.

Molior would like to extend its thanks to the project partners of its 15 year anniversary celebrations: the Fondation Daniel Langlois, Canada Council for the Arts Conseil des Arts du Canada, Hexagram, the Canadian Centre for Architecture and Goethe-Institute.

Molior © 2017 FDL