Holding degrees in graphic art, computer, and audio/visual technologies, Bertrand De Becque (aka B2BK) chose to specialize in the fields of special effects and computer-generated imagery. After 10 years working in the animated film industry (on productions that include, Despicable Me and The Lorax), he decided to devote himself fully to his former passions: video mapping and interactive art.
Since making this shift he independently explores new possibilities offered by the latest technologies and develops innovative approaches to narration.
His commitment to developing educational programs for visual arts, his co-founding of and participation in several creative collectives, and his contribution to important Parisian museums allows him to bring his artistic and digital research achievements to the public.
Jeffrey Bryant created ecco screen, a San Francisco based experimental art studio, in 2015. ecco screen explores human interaction through the use of light, sound, and technology. The works ecco produce range from interactive installations and immersive experiences, to audiovisual performances, designed to invoke crowd participation.
Since 2015 ecco screen has exhibited at prominent festivals and galleries across the United States, Canada, and Europe including the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Igloofest, ArtFutura Roma, Mutek, Electric Paradise, and Stanford University. The studio has collaborated with established brands including Dolby, Acura, Google, ASAP Rocky, Lululemon, and Hyundai.
Emrah Yayici is the managing partner of ArtBizTech innovation consultancy and UXservices design companies. He is also the chairman of bang.prix which is a non-profit organization that supports young people from various disciplines such as fine arts, engineering, design and genetics who combine science and technology with artistic perspectives. Emrah is also the author of Design Thinking Methodology and Artful Thinking books that are published on Amazon.com.
350 TouchDesigneurs coming from all the corners of the world.
The Summit takes place on the beautiful and spacious Couer des Sciences / UQAM campus in Montreal centre-ville very close to Place des Arts. We will be occupying several spaces in the campus, but the main entrance and registration will be in the “Chaufferie” building which will also act as the ‘lab’ or community space. Please see attached map for access routes.