A graduate of Plymouth and MIT, trained in architecture and physics, Nicolas Reeves is a creator-researcher at the School of Design at the University of Quebec in Montreal. His works, which pertain to the field of science-art/technological arts, are characterized by a highly poetic use of science and technology. He was the founding member, then scientific director of the Hexagram Institute (2001-2012), as well as vice president of the Montreal Society for Technological Arts for 10 years. He now heads the NXI Gestatio Design Lab, which explores the impact of digital technologies in all fields related to creation. Several of his works have had a major media and public impact, including Cloud Harp, Aérostabiles (flying cubic automata capable of developing autonomous behaviors) and Point d.Origine (transposition of major architectures in music). The winner of several awards and grants, he has presented his work and given lectures on four continents.