Nathalie Bachand is a writer and independent curator. She is interested in the issues of digital technology and its conditions of emergence in contemporary art.
Previously in charge of development for ELEKTRA-BIAN (2006-2016), she initiated, created and directed the publication project Angles Digital Arts (2009).
In 2016, she co-curated with Chloé Grondeau the ADC/DAC exhibition by New York artist Phillip David Stearns, presented at Diagonale as part of the 3rd edition of BIAN. She was also curator of the group exhibition The Dead Web – La fin, presented at Eastern Bloc in the winter of 2017; the 32 exhibition project, featuring 50 artists, UN MILLION D’HORIZONS from the Accès culture network for the 375th anniversary of Montreal, which took place in the summer of 2017; and the interactive work Thresholds by Montreal artist Michel de Broin in the Âjagemô space of the Canada Council for the Arts in the winter of 2019. More recently, her exhibition The Dead Web – La fin was produced by Molior in Europe: at the Mirage Festival in Lyon in April 2019 and at the Mapping Festival in Geneva in May 2019.
Actively involved in the cultural field, she regularly writes on the visual and media arts, and sits on the Avatar Board of Directors in Quebec City. She is currently co-curator for the Espace [IM] Média 2019 festival of Sporobole – Centre en art actuel.