Born in the Kamouraska region of Quebec, Diane Morin lives and works in Montreal. Since 1998, she creates installations linking her practice to kinetic art and new media. She received an MFA at Concordia University in Montreal in 2003. She works with light, sound, design and robotics to create in-situ installations in which events occur kinetic sound and light. Diane Morin’s work has been featured in several solo and group exhibitions in Quebec and across Canada, Sweden and Finland. Concurrently to her practice, she has been involved with subTela, a research group working with interactive textiles at Hexagram-Concordia, Montreal for many years. She has also taught artist workshops at DAIMON (Gatineau), 300m3 (Gothenburg, Sweden) and Konsthögskolan Valand (University of Gothenburg, Sweden).