Jocelyn Robert lives and works in Quebec City.
The founder of Avatar, a laboratory for the creation, production, and dissemination of sound and electronic art, he is involved in experimentation and production and in the creation of works of art and artistic projects. Working with both sounds and images, he makes installations, sound recordings, videos, radio works, and performances, in addition to writing texts. Over the past few years, he has participated in numerous festivals and events around the world, earning him recognition on the international stage. In 2002, he shared first prize in the new images category at Transmediale in Berlin for his video installation L’invention des animaux (the invention of animals). He holds a master’s degree from Stanford University in California.
2008.04.05 - 05.31
The hypermobility of individuals today, Montréal’s urban development as a sort of archipelago of specialization, mass tourism and the consequent…Read more
2005.02.24 - 04.16
Marie Fraser : People often see your works as sound experiments, even though images almost always play an important role in them…Read more
Aucune de mes mains me fait mal. Jocelyn Robert
Designed like an artist’s book, this exhibition catalogue presents and documents the installation Aucune de mes mains ne fait mal, which was created especially for the space of VOX…Read more