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Emile Foucher

Why study Intermedia?

Play with technology. Take it apart. Understand it. Then use it to invent new combinations of artistic content, practice, and presentation across electronic, video or performance media. If you want to explore relationships between emerging and existing media technologies and the fine arts, then this program is for you.

You decide how to combine your study: video art, performance art, robotics, sound art and immersive environments, or just focus on one or two of these streams. Learn programming and digital technologies to create new artistic experiences. Or pull concepts from dance, theatre, or even sculpture, and use your own body as medium into performance art. 

Above all, experiment, be curious, and explore. Our chroma-key studio, video editing suites and selection of equipment are impressive and will support your practice.

Photo by Anne-Renée Hotte.

Student work

Cinthya Chalifoux, Video Sketchbook - sound, 20222.

Jessie-Jamz Ozaeta, Furnishing, 2022.

Emery Vanderburgh, Specimens, 2022.

Liz Waterman, Doom Scroll, 2022.

Jo-z Garafoulis, As Everything Dies In October, 2021.

Dahlia Waler, Going Somewhere, 2021.

Mushrooms And Institutions | Emery Vanderburgh

Laurence Baril

Emem Etti, VJ performance, 2022.

Jérôme Maltais

Jessie-Jamz Ozaeta

Nick Everett

Avery Mikolič O'Rourke, Center-Point Cycle (45.4704492, -73.6044496), 2022.

Marianne Rouche, Le champ d’un corps d’eau, 2022.

Theo Ulrich, Saturation², 2022.

Milamour, Cathartic Thread, 2022.

Marianne Rouche, Nous sommes là, 2020.

Nadine Abdellatif, Stay With Me, 2022.

Yuki Lafrance-Nagamine, First Snow, 2021.

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