André Eric Letourneau

André Eric Letourneau is an interdisciplinary artist, researcher and author. A professor at UQAM, he is a researcher at the Hexagram Centre for Research-Creation in Media Arts and Technologies, whose mandate is to develop projects that combine art and digital technology. Eric Letourneau has collaborated with the Escales Improbables de Montréal three times since 2007. His last project was presented in the form of a group workshop at Place des Arts presented by the Canadian Centre for Architecture as part of the ABC : MTL exhibit in February 2013.
He has collaborated with Claire Dehove since 2009 through a lecture series entitled « Création en milieu contraint » (Creation in a constrained milieu) presented in Paris I/La Sorbonne and at the Musée du Quai Branly (presented by the Biennale de Paris—directed by Alexandre Gurita). They worked in Paris in 2010 as part of the collectif lecollege (led by Stephen Wright) and, in 2012, as part of a project presented by WOS at the Paris HEC.
Claire and Eric pursued their shared research in 2012 in Sardaigne following the Festival Interazioni, and after that in Paris.