Patrick Trudeau (Diagraf) is a multidisciplinary artist currently based in Montreal, Quebec. While mostly recognized as a digital visual artist, he is also a VJ, DJ, composer, and filmmaker. His work in those fields features a forward thinking minimalist aesthetic combined with a science fiction sensibility, exploring notions of futurism, metaphysics, existentialism and humanism. His projects as Diagraf and Orbital Mechanics have been featured in a number of major festivals and events. His current trajectory is leading him increasingly towards generative performances, immersive audiovisual works, and virtual/augmented reality projects.
Ehsan Rezaie (Ewerx) is a programmer / artist / designer that specializes in creating visual and interactive experiences using technology and code. His works include real-time simulations, data visualization, interactive installations, mobile applications and live performance.
Michael Dean (b. 1989) is a composer, technologist and digital artist based in Montréal. Under the pesudonym ‘Wiklow’, he creates “a world of familiar digital sounds given organic autonomy” [MUTEK 2015]. Either solo or in collaboration, Dean brings together concepts from sound art, techno and contemporary art music. Dean’s work has been featured throughout Canada and abroad by the Contemporary Music Centre in Dublin, the Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow and Le Conservatoire de musique de Montréal. He has presented at events such as Festival Akousma, MUTEK and the International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA). Dean holds a BSc in Music and Computer Science and an MA in Music Technology from the University of Limeric.
The SATOSPHÈRE series is presented by the Society for Arts and Technology and is not included in the MUTEK PASSES.
PASSPORT and WEEKEND PASS holders are eligible however, for a discount of 20% on tickets for these events.