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Alice Jarry: Ghosts


Ghosts explores the intersection between screen printing, installation and digital art. The artist uses overlooked material and procedural components from the screen printing studio, transforming their original purpose and meaning through different strategies of electronic diversion and programming.

Alice Jarry lives and works in Montreal. Through an in situ practice, her digital art installations investigate the question of assemblages and the impact of materiality in the generation of dynamic forms, accidental and fleeting. Her work was recently presented at Device_Art Triennal (Zagreb), Invisible Dog Art Center (New York), the Second International Digital Arts Biennial (BIAN, Montreal), La gare numérique (France), as part of the LASER series (Leonardo Journal) and in several exhibition locations in Canada, the United States and Europe. Alice Jarry  is a PhD candidate in Études et pratiques des arts (UQAM) and teaches Computation Arts at Concordia University.

Opening Reception: October 30th, 5-8pm

Artist Demo / Talk: October 30th, 5:30pm

Image credit: Alice Jarry, _V2RECURRENCES, 2014, installation

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