Daily tous les jours
Daily tous les jours (Dtlj) creates large scale interactive installations driven by collective experiences. The design studio uses technology and storytelling to explore collaboration, the future of cities and the power of humans.
Dtlj is best known for its work in public spaces, where passing crowds are invited to play a critical role in the transformation of their environment and their relationships. Their projects are at the intersection of digital arts, performance and placemaking, utilizing contemporary tools that range from sensors, cameras, mobile phones and real-time data, to musical instruments, dance choreographies, writing, food and meditation.
Their work has won numerous international recognitions including Best in Show at the Interaction Awards, the Grand Prize at the UNESCO Shenzhen Awards, the Knights Cities Challenge Global Innovators Prize, Fast Company Innovation by Design Award, and an Americans for the Arts Public Art Network Award. They are also very active in the design and digital arts communities, giving lectures and workshops worldwide, notably at SXSW, EYEO, INST-INT, New Cities Summit, TEDx, Ars Electronica.
Daily tous les jours is based in Montreal and was co-founded by Melissa Mongiat and Mouna Andraos. Mongiat holds an MA in Narrative Environments from London Central Saint Martins, and Andraos holds an MA from ITP New York University.
Michael Baker is a sound and tech designer and occasional blog writer at Daily tous les jours.