ELEKTRA, Compagnie Invisible and Arsenal art contemporain are delighted to host Composite #39 on June 20, 2024 at 5:30pm at Arsenal art contemporain.

Composite is a quarterly networking event dedicated to digital creativity.

COMPOSITE is an appointment quarterly networking magazine dedicated to digital creativity. Il est né d’une initiative du Conseil des arts de Montréal, et est maintenant coordonné par MAPP_MTL en collaboration avec les acteurs importants du numérique montréalais.

Cet événement a pour objectif de créer un espace de rencontre récurrent entre le milieu de l’art et de l’industrie du secteur numérique, en incitant la rencontre et la pollinisation entre créateur·rice·s, centres d’artistes, organismes, entreprises et professionnel·le·s du numérique.

This 39th edition of COMPOSITE takes place within the framework of the 14th edition of MIAN (Marché International de l'Art Numérique). MIAN is a series of professional days organized by ELEKTRA since 2007 to facilitate professional exchanges between key players in the international digital art and culture ecosystem. On June 20 and 21, 2024, the 14th edition of MIAN presents a series of discussions, panels and performances as part of the ELEKTRA Biennial, a major exhibition entirely dedicated to contemporary digital art, held from May 31 to July 21, 2024 at Arsenal art contemporain Montréal. For this seventh Biennale, some twenty artists from three continents address the theme ILLUSION, a reflection on our post-factual, post-truth and alternative reality era, curated by Alain Thibault.

🕒 Thursday, June 20, 2024 at 5:30 pm
📍 Arsenal art contemporain, 2020 Rue William, Montréal 


– Apocablyss de Apocablyss Studios / Paloma Dawkins
– Aubes @aubes_av de Guillaume Côté et Alexis Langevin-Tétrault
– Wikipédia en 2197 de Hugo Nadeau
– ab initio de Marc-André Cossette, Paloma Leyton, Alexandre Saunier, Bastian Miranda – Collectif ∇ Nabla
– On Air de Peter van Haaften, Michael Montanaro et Garnet Willis
– Pulmo de Production TRANSVERSAL / Ganesh Baron Aloir


– Laurent Michel Tremblay de LM Tremblay scénographe
– Micro-Nude de Liliana Gonzalez-Jarquin
– Memoire Liquidede Marcella França
– Flowers For Theodore de Pierre Chaumont
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A dynamic partner of artistic creativity in Montreal, the Conseil des arts de Montréal identifies, supports, and recognizes excellence and innovation in the creation, production, and presentation of professional artistic endeavours. It encourages openness, discovery, and daring at the heart of Montreal’s artistic landscape, thanks to its initiatives. Since 1956, the Conseil des arts de Montréal has been an influential player in the development of “Montreal, Cultural Metropolis.”
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the first ELEKTRA Festival in 1999, 25 years of supporting and promoting artists, locally and internationally. ELEKTRA's mission is to promote and disseminate contemporary art, to present artists who combine contemporary artistic creation and new technologies, and are in line with current aesthetics of research and experimentation. ELEKTRA produces 5 main activities: the ELEKTRA Festival, the BIAN (International Biennial of Digital Art), the MIAN (International Market for Digital Art), the ELEKTRA Gallery and the EVM (Elektra Virtual Museum).
La Compagnie Invisible is a live entertainment creation and innovation company founded on cross-disciplinary creative collaboration. We think, design, create, communicate and produce content to create collective experiences that amaze and surprise. What we do is LIVE. We combine high-level human performance with technological advances.
Inaugurated in 2011, Arsenal art contemporain is a private art center and cultural initiative founded by patrons Pierre and Anne-Marie Trahan. The center is dedicated to the support, promotion and development of contemporary Canadian art through various projects, including the presentation of contemporary Canadian artists alongside international artists in exhibitions organized by in-house and guest curators. As part of its mission to support creation, Arsenal art contemporain Montréal also offers a residency program for Canadian and international artists. Designed to stimulate creation, these residencies provide artists with the means to amplify their capacity for action and bring out new forms and ideas.

MUTEK and the Canadian Centre for Architecture are delighted to host Composite #40 on Thursday, August 22 at the Monument-National as part of the 10th edition of MUTEK Forum.

🕒 Deadline: July 29, 2024, midnight 

Submit your project (ART, RESEARCH, INDUSTRY OR SOCIAL INNOVATION) by filling in this form → https://form.jotform.com/241614147726254 for a chance to be selected for a 6-minute Keynote presentation at this COMPOSITE event on Thursday August 22, 2024. 

Projects are selected by the COMPOSITE committee and the organizers, based on the quality of the project and its innovative approach to digital technology. Priority is given to emerging players and a diversified representation of project leaders. 


Share a creative digital project that has inspired you or that you'd like to present in one minute at the event. If you'd like to take part in the minute announcement/inspiration, please fill in this form: https://form.jotform.com/241614018312242 

Submit your project here Submit a minute announce or inspiration here
MUTEK is a festival dedicated to electronic music and digital creativity. Focused on discovery and innovation, it showcases an eclectic program bringing together local and international artists for six unique immersive evenings, indoors and outdoors, and over 80 live audiovisual performances from August 20 to 25, 2024. To celebrate the festival's 25th anniversary, MUTEK is enriching the experience with an exhibition of digital installations in the heart of the Quartier des Spectacles. In addition, MUTEK Forum will explore the latest trends in digital and sound creation, artificial intelligence, extended reality, gaming, and sustainability.

The Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) is an international research institution and museum premised on the belief that architecture is a public concern. We produce exhibitions and publications, develop and share our collection as a resource, advance research, offer public programs, and host a range of other activities driven by a curiosity about how architecture shapes—and might reshape—contemporary life. We invite collaborators and the wider public to engage with our activities, giving new relevance to architectural thinking in light of current disciplinary and cultural issues.