Grégory Chatonsky is a French artist based in Montreal and Paris.
Master of Multimedia and Hypermedia Art, ENSBA-ENST, 1999; DEA of Aesthetics, Centre Saint-Charles, Paris I, 1996. Founder of Incident.net, a netart platform, in 1994.
He has received awards and grants including Dicream (2014), CAC (2013), CALQ (2012), CRSH (2011), Cap Digital (2010), Arcadi (2010), CNAP (2008). In 2013, he launched TELOFOSSILS at Museum of contemporary art (Taipei). A second version was showed in Beijing (2015). In 2014, his solo exhibition CAPTURE at CDA (Enghein-les-bains), is about a surproductive netrock band. In 2015, EXTINCT MEMORIES was showed at IMAL (Brussels).
He has participated in group exhibitions such as Erreur d'impression, Jeu de Paume (Paris), The Beginning of The End (Timisoara), Mois de la Photo (Montréal), Extimitat (Palma), Der Untergang – Doomsday (Berlin), Connect the dot and see the unseen (Roma), Interlife Crisis (Seattle), The Radius (Chicago), Il Pardosso Della Rupetizone (Roma), Augmented Senses (Shanghai), Biennale d'art contemporain (Montréal), etc.
A number of residencies such as IMAL (2015), Unicorn (2015), Villa Kujoyama (2014), UQAM (2007), Abbaye de Fontevraud (2006), Le Fresnoy (2004).
He works on the relationship between existence and technology. He explores the underlying structures of everyday technology to create variable and endless fictions.
Dominique Sirois lives and work in Montreal, she holds a degree from UQAM in visual art (MFA 2010). Her practice takes the form of installation involving an interplay of sculptures, videos, sounds and prints. Sirois work deals with three fields of interest: value and surveillance, economy and affects and ruins and obsolescence. Her projects have been presented in numerous galleries in Canada. She also made several residencies abroad among them, Glasgow C.C.A., Paris Couvent des Récollets and Shanghai Xiyitang school. She frequently collaborates with artist Grégory Chatonsky. They presented their joint work at Taipei MOCA, Enghien-les-Bains CDA, Unicorn Center for Arts and Whuan history museum in China and at IMAL in Brussels.