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PHI consists of the PHI Centre, PHI Foundation for Contemporary Art, PHI Studio and artist residency programs. PHI also operates an editorial platform, Antenna, to engage with its community.
At the intersection of art, cinema, music, design and technology, the PHI Centre strives to push the boundaries of creative production and art consumption through its unique, unclassifiable, engaging and ever-evolving programming.
The PHI Foundation for Contemporary Art (est. 2007 as DHC/ART) is a non-profit organization dedicated to contemporary art. The PHI Foundation presents major exhibitions, public events, education programs and public engagement initiatives.
PHI Studio specializes in the production and development of original content, as well as the marketing and distribution of immersive experiences. It is a catalyst for innovation that brings together artists, creators, directors and producers.Explore the Studio Explore the Studio → →
An exhibition of interactive and multi-sensory installations inspiring our sense of wonder
Montreal artists: create an artwork during this 60-day production residency, which will be followed by an exhibition
Create your next audio or musical project in this creative retreat on the banks of a river in the Laurentian mountains
Alejandro G. Iñárritu's conceptual virtual reality installation explores the human condition of immigrants and refugees
Taking place this spring for its third and final season: an installation of international collaboration between cultural curators encouraging reflection.
Virtual Reality at home, a unique way to escape by exploring multiple universes