21 Balançoires

21 Balançoires 

Daily tous les jours Residency

RESCHEDULED TO 3/17, 4-5:00PM: Designing for Participation
Mar 17, 2018, 4 PM
Free and open to the public

Daily tous les jours is a Montreal-based interaction design studio with a focus on collective experiences and participation in public spaces. It was founded in 2010 by Mouna Andraos and Melissa Mongiat, artists who came from the fields of interaction design and narrative environments, and who then developed a team of designers, artists, technologists, architects, and expert prototypers. They have a site-specific approach that seeks design opportunities within locations and their inhabitants. From these, they craft interactive pieces that connect people to their environment, and to each other. Daily tous les jours’ work has been recognized internationally with awards that include best in show at the 2013 Interaction Awards, the grand prize at the 2014 UNESCO Shenzhen Design Awards, the 2015 Knights Cities Award, and more recently, a Fast Company Innovation by Design award. During this residency, members of the Daily tous les jours team will walk students through the process of creating an interactive sound installation, working closely with Professor Jenny Olivia Johnson in her course, Studies in 20th Century Music: Interactive Sound Art with Electronics.

The group's introductory presentation has been rescheduled to 4pm on Sat March 17, and their work with the students will be presented immediately following, in a location TBD, at 5pm on March 17. Thank you for your understanding of this change due to weather related concerns.

Events tied to the residency: 

Daily tous les jours at Work Every Day - Public lecture and demonstration

Daily tous les jours: Final presentation


Residency generously supported by the Marjorie Copland Baum Memorial Fund and the Florence Jeup Ford ’22, Mary M. Crawford ’22, and Virginia Ford ’48 Artist in Residence Endowment Fund.

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