Originally from the Kamouraska region of Quebec, Diane Morin lives and works in Montreal. She studied in Rivière-du-Loup and at Laval University, and holds an MFA (Open Media, 2003) from Concordia University in Montreal. Since 1998, Diane Morin has been creating installations using light, sound, drawing and robotics to create installations in which micro-events take place. Her work has been exhibited individually and collectively in Montreal, elsewhere in Canada and abroad, including OBORO (Montreal 2019), Centre d’art et de diffusion CLARK (Montreal 2014) and the group exhibition Installations -À grande échelle at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, 2015. She has participated in numerous artist residencies including Opekta (Cologne, Germany, 2014), Nordisk Kunstnarsenter (Dale, Norway 2017) and Zocalo (Longueuil, Canada, 2021).