Hugo Laliberté is the co-founder of Ottomata Studio, an experiential design studio based in Montreal creating immersive installations that invite audiences to interact with sound and light.

We talked about what is #NewArtMedia, what it takes to produce an interactive installation and how to start a career in the industry.

You can follow Ottomata Studio on instagram: @ottomatastudio
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#RemoteArtTalks: S1 E5: Hugo Laliberté / Ottomata Studio

Ottomata studio believes that most great things in life happen when we take action. We explore this idea in our work by creating collaborative immersive spaces and interactive installations that take place in the public space in which the human is at the center. In their projects, the public is invited to break the boundaries between spectator and actor and engage into deep and meaningful interactions in order to get back in the present moment.


Remote Art Talks is a special web series produced by Toronto-based art blog and directory @artifiernet in partnership with

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We believe in the power of connection, even if we’re at home in isolation.

You can follow the project on Instagram with the hashtag: #RemoteArtTalks


Featured Artwork

Ottomata Studio x Bombay Saphire

Ottomata Studio. Like Laser, Like Water

Ottomata Studio. Light Orchestra

Ottomata Studio. Ozone

In conversation with:

Carla Rojas
Founder, Artifier