The 17th edition of MUTEK returned to the heart of Montreal this spring with 5 days and nights of live contemporary electronic music and audiovisual arts.
Our Digital Future
Digital technologies have a major impact on how creative ideas are disseminated and made more accessible. We collaborate with UK and Canadian organizations, bringing together innovative teams to work on imaginative projects exploring the potential and impact on our lives, cities and societies.
MUTEK convened a second edition of VR Salon to explore the multiple creative potential of virtual reality in culture, media and entertainment.
Monday 30 May 2016 to Tuesday 31 May 2016
We celebrated UK digital creativity during MUTEK_IMG in October 2015 in Montreal.
Clara García Fraile attended the second edition of VR Salon. She answered a few questions about her work and the current developments in digital arts.
Robin McNicholas, co-founder and creative director at Marshmallow Laser Feast was in Montreal for the latest edition of MUTEK_IMG.
Karen Palmer is a multi-disciplinary immersive filmmaker, public speaker & TEDx Speaker. In this interview, she explores the immersive experience that her work offers to participants.
Playable City, Pervasive Media Studio at Watershed in Bristol, participated at MUTEK_IMG. Hilary O'Shaughnessy gave us some insights on the development of digital technologies in the UK.
Ju Row Farr from the artists' group Blast Theory based in Brighton discussed her thoughts on the impact of integrating digital technology in our urban environment.
Simon Wilkinson, artist from Circa69 based in London discusses his anticipation for the event and his forecast for the development of virtual reality in the future.
Brighton-based artist group Blast Theory took us on an interactive journey in the streets of Toronto in June 2015 as part of Luminato Festival.