My name is Felix Menard, I'm a Canadian artist
specializing in photography and technology.
My work ranges from photographs and composite images to websites. I've been studying Art, Design & Technology in various institutions, and I'm currently focusing solely on my projects.
handcrafted CV of Felix Menard
- APIs integration,
- Data acquisition,
- Data parsing,
- (Making things work)
Data & Mathematics
- Logical Thinking,
- Artificial Intelligence,
- Data Mining & Filtering
Communication & Information Sciences
- Information Architecture,
- Semantic, Language, Ontologies,
- Communication & Marketing
- User Experience,
- Represent Visually,
While I'm not a specialist in each of these fields, my work does combine aspects of these disciplines together.
In this book, photographs of various consumer goods are algorithmically superimposed to create a single image representing each of these products.
While exploring the boundaries of the photographic image, I took these painterly photographs using long exposure and camera motion.
These translucent but not transparent windows cut people off from the outside world. They have purposely been designed and installed solely for their lighting function.
This photographic series explores how we transfer human characteristics onto animals, with an aim to highlight how it affects our idea of nature.
A one letter encyclopedia based on the Wikipedia model. By clicking on a letter, you access a page listing all of its definitions. In doing this, the original context is lost; highlighting on a small scale the structural flaws of the language-based model.
This website plays with the idea of “new” by presenting the user with the latest photo uploaded online. Watching this constant stream of new images uncannily links the user to whoever has just uploaded the photo.
This art students' survival guide makes fun of the over-simplified curriculum of some Fine Arts Programs.
Composite images representing modern beliefs and devotional subjects matter.
Engravings created by assembling various commercial, educational and religious images.
By photographing empty spaces, the remnants of previous inhabitants hint at the history of these abandoned places.