Montréal (Québec), 1967
Composer • Author

A sound artist and radio creator whose work has manifested itself in various forms in the public sphere since the 1980s, Éric Létourneau is also a professor at the École des médias at UQAM. His research focuses on sonification, modes of notation of interdisciplinary actions and the dematerialization of art through performative practices. His work has been presented at the Tallinn Art Hall (Estonia), Tokyo Art Lab, Avatar, DARE-DARE, Le Lobe, articule, Bang Centre, Pointe-à-Callière Museum, James H. W. Thompson Foundation (Bangkok), Kunsthalle Mulhouse, Espace multimédia Gantner (Belfort) La Sorbonne, Emily Harvey Foundation and Grace Exhibition Space/Art/Life Institute (New York) plus several other venues. He has written for interdisciplinarity, radio and electronic arts, action art and intangible cultural heritage for Éditions Intervention, Les Presses du réel, Les Éditions de l’immatériel, Esse, The Thing (Germany), Non-Grata (Estonia), Radio-Canada, New Star Books, Lux Editeur, at PUM and PUL.