Jocelyn Robert is a multidisciplinary artist living and working in Québec City. He works in music, audio art, computer art, performance, installation, video and writing. His visual and video work has been shown internationally and his sound works have been published on more than 30 cds. His texts can be found in books at Le Quartanier (Montréal), Ohm Éditions (Québec), Errant Bodies Press (Los Angeles), Semiotext(e) (New York), and in a number of art catalogues. Many texts have been written on his art, and two solo catalogues have been published, one by Galerie de l’UQAM and one by Centre Vox. He is involved in art activism at different levels. Amongst other undertakings, he founded that audio and electronic arts centre Avatar and took part in the foundation of the Meduse co-operative. He taught at Mills College (Oakland, California), at Université du Québec à Montréal and at École d’arts visuels et médiatiques de l’Université Laval, where he was Director from 2012 to 2017.
One (Sommes Personnes)
Video portraits by Adriana Disman, Alice de Visscher, Amélie Laurence Fortin, Caroline Gagné, Georges Azzaria, Jocelyn Robert, Liina Kuittinen, Nadège Grebmeier Forget, Olga Prokhorova, Ronnie Clark, Tanya Mars.
Part of the 4th edition of a 12-year, 12-hour annual online streaming project by Christof Migone.