PERTE DE SIGNAL develops a cultural mediation platform with digital art workshops which are educational, fun & creative, and that involve innovative & easy-to-use technological devices. These workshops are designed by PERTE DE SIGNAL’s artists and made from works adapted to different audiences and contexts. They are set up and produced for various locations and disseminated both in Montreal and abroad.


LIBREMAPPING is a creative video mapping workshop. Using an open source software hosted by PERTE DE SIGNAL, participants will explore this user-friendly software to create projections and light creations.





Alexandre Quessy

Toonloop is a free software for live stop-motion animation. It allows to create stop-frame animation, pixilation and other animation techniques. Developed by Alexandre Quessy with help of Tristan Matthews, the software recalls the experiments of Norman McLaren and Pierre Hébert. It has been supported by the Society of Arts and Technology and Perte de Signal. Toonloop has been part of a workshop taking place during the experiment “Jeunesse et numérique” initiated by Ministère de la Culture, in France.

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