Matthieu Hallé is an interdisciplinary media artist based in Ottawa, Canada. His work includes experimental films and videos, and performances using custom-made projection devices, including his invented method of using candle-light to create improvised visual shows. Recently, he was an artist in residence at the Liaison of Independent Filmmakers Toronto (LIFT) and PIX FILM (Toronto) where he finalized his performance work May Waves Rise From Its Floor. He frequently collaborates with artist Phil Schleihauf, including a recent adaptation of Pauline Oliveros’ Sonic Meditation VI, a work for synchronized lights, sounds and 360 degree video projections. He has received commissions from the Windows Collective for outdoor film projections, and from SAW Video for performance and installation works. He has also collaborated with a wide range of musicians and groups, such as; Linsey Wellman, Adam Saikaley, Anne Bourne, Jennifer Thiessen, Fet.Nat, Merzanger, Bosveld and many others.