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Absences is a series of electronic interventions in natural environments. Autonomous electronic devices are deployed within various ecosystems in the manner of ephemeral experiments. They interact with the surrounding elements through different relational strategies. Taking shape at the frontier of electronic art and environmental art, it proposes a meditation on solitude and association, natural and artificial, interaction and contemplation.

Sofian Audry holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Sciences and Mathematics and a master's degree in Computer Science from the University of Montreal. Since 2004, he developed various installations and web projects, both individually and collectively. He joined the artist-run center Perte de Signal in 2005 and has just completed a master's degree in Communication (UQAM, 2007). His work has been presented in Canada and Europe in many festivals and exhibitions.

Website: http://sofianaudry.com

Absences is a series of electronic interventions in natural environments. Autonomous electronic devices are deployed within various ecosystems in the manner of ephemeral experiments. They interact with the surrounding elements through different relational strategies. Taking shape at the frontier of electronic art and environmental art, it proposes a meditation on solitude and association, natural and artificial, interaction and contemplation.