It’s Not About Privacy, It’s About Control: Thinking Beyond The Latest Data Mining Scandal

The recent news that a voter profiling company called Cambridge Analytica had obtained 50 million American Facebook users’ data and used it to [...]

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“Philosophy Can Be a Living Practice”: Inside SenseLab’s Radically Open Interdisciplinary Graduate Research Culture

It's clear the moment you cross the threshold into SenseLab's light-filled work space on the EV Building's 10th floor that you're entering an [...]

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Pegboards, Pliers and Printers Await You In Milieux’s New Maker Space

What is the invisible glue that holds a research institute together? Money for projects, certainly, committed researchers, workspaces -- Milieux has all of [...]

By | January 16th, 2018|News|Comments Off on Pegboards, Pliers and Printers Await You In Milieux’s New Maker Space

Introducing Milieux’s First Cohort of Undergraduate Fellows

This year marks the inauguration of Milieux's Undergraduate Fellows program, which awards $500 and membership privileges to a group of highly motivated [...]

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Milieux Expands Its Orbit To Include the Performing Arts

Ricardo Dal Farra's “Understanding Visual Music - UVM” conference series was curated for planetariums around the world. This still is from Buenos [...]

By | October 2nd, 2017|News, LePARC|Comments Off on Milieux Expands Its Orbit To Include the Performing Arts

Suzanne Kite Might Be The Most “Milieux” Researcher Currently Working at Milieux

Suzanne Kite is new to Montreal, but her interdisciplinary performance work is right at home in Milieux’s research-creation ecosystem. She arrived as an [...]

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Casa Rara is Building an Ecosystem for Your Emotions

Tali Goldstein (second from left), Ruben Farrus (far right), and the Casa Rara team. Academia is full of dreamers, but how [...]

By | September 12th, 2017|News, Milieux|Comments Off on Casa Rara is Building an Ecosystem for Your Emotions

What Every Fall Wardrobe Needs: A Skirt Made of Kombucha Starter

This morning, the Speculative Life Lab at Milieux gave birth to a new microbial offspring: A kombucha SCOBY (an acronym for "symbiotic culture [...]

By | September 6th, 2017|Uncategorized, News, Textiles & Materiality, Milieux, Speculative Life|Comments Off on What Every Fall Wardrobe Needs: A Skirt Made of Kombucha Starter

Leonardo Will Celebrate Its 50th Anniversary at Milieux

  Join Milieux in celebrating the 50th anniversary of Leonardo, the definitive publication for artist-academics. Leonardo is marking the occasion with over a [...]

By | August 29th, 2017|News|Comments Off on Leonardo Will Celebrate Its 50th Anniversary at Milieux

Artists Animate the Expo 67 Archives presents “Crafting micro-behaviors of light and sound in N-Polytope,” an artist’s talk by Marije Baalman

Artists Animate the Expo 67 Archives highlights artists’ processes of working in/with archives by presenting, discussing, and reflecting on artists’ research-creation processes. Marije [...]

By | June 15th, 2017|News, Post Image|Comments Off on Artists Animate the Expo 67 Archives presents “Crafting micro-behaviors of light and sound in N-Polytope,” an artist’s talk by Marije Baalman
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