2005-2007 | Mont-Laurier, Québec, St-Jérome (QC_CA), Sudbury, Ottawa, Toronto (ON_CA)


The artists behind the Cubicules exhibition project have adopted a common constraint which consists essentially in rethinking the format of their works in very small installations, such as small video objects.

Cubicules does not offer so many objects to contemplate, but rather artistic approaches favoring experimentation which aims to renew the practice in media arts. These video installations explore new forms of sensoriality and reading of the moving image while creating unique environments, meeting places between humans and machines.

Thinking about the video installation in space according to its format is what has led artists to offer interventions that allow them to push the limits of their creation. This collective instigation is reflected in the approach of each of the artists. The exhibition has been presented at the Mont-Laurier Exhibition Center, the Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario, the Toronto Festival Images, the Ottawa Art Gallery, and the Quebec City Videotape. The Laurentian Museum of Contemporary Art hosted the last presentation of the project and the launch of the publication in January 2007.