Ingrid Bachmann lives and works in Montreal, Quebec. 

Ingrid Bachmann has presented her multidisciplinary work nationally and internationally in exhibitions and festivals in Belgium, the U.S., Estonia, Singapore, Peru, Brazil, the UK, and Cuba. Exhibitions include the 11th Havana Biennial (Cuba), Manifestation d’art International 6 (Quebec) and Command Z: Artists Exploring Phenomena and Technology (USA).

She has lectured at art schools and museums worldwide, including Goldsmiths College, London; University of Wollongong, Australia; Southern Alberta Art Gallery; University of Maryland at Baltimore; the Banff Center; and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago; among many others.

She is the co-editor of Material Matters (YYZ Books, 1998, 1999, 2011), and has contributed essays to several anthologies and periodicals including Entangled Bodies (Vernon Press, 2021) and The Object of Labor, (MIT Press 2007).

She is a founding member of Hexagram: Institute for Research and Creation in the Media Arts and is the Founder and Director of the Institute of Everyday Life, an art/ideas lab based in Montreal, Quebec. She is currently a Professor at Montreal's Concordia University.

Contact: bachmann (at)