For its eighth year, the UXdoc space continues its exploration of new narratives and presents seven interactive projects that rethink in their own way - playful and interactive - many current themes such as identity, environment, education, culture, mass consumption and the right of under represented groups. VR and new technology at the service of contemporary questions.
Explore the projects of the UXdoc space
Cinémathèque québécoise - Salle Raoul-Barré
Noon - 7pm, November 14-23
FREE ENTRANCE (with the exception of the assisted navigations)
Assisted navigations : During the festival, artists are invited to present their projects in what we call assisted navigation sessions, during which they have an hour to present their project to the public, to help visitors better understand the projects and their artistic approach.
Friday, November 15th
8PM - Assisted navigation - Stealing Ur Feelings
Saturday, November 16th
8PM - Assisted navigation - Limbo
Sunday, November 17th
1PM - Launch (free) - PAYSages sonores
8PM - Assisted navigation - SwampScapes
Monday, November 18th
8PM - Presentation (free) - Dénombrement, un regard sur l'incarcération au féminin
Thursday, November 21st
8PM - Presentation (free) - Bow't Trail
Friday, November 22nd
8PM - Assisted navigation - Beaver Lake, August 25th, 2018, Ciel Variable
Presented by Canada Media Fund , Bell Media and Québec/Canada XR in collaboration with MUTEK and le labdoc (Laboratoire de recherche sur les pratiques audiovisuelles documentaires (labdoc) de l'UQAM. Québec/Canada XR is an initiative supported by Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des arts du Canada & Culture et Communications Québec
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