Exhibitions

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Past exhibition
Jan 11 - Feb 4, 2017

BRIDGE―Naomi Dodds

InterAccess is pleased to present BRIDGE, an interactive installation by Naomi Dodds.

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Past exhibition
Nov 16 - Dec 10, 2016

Infinity of Intimate Space―Curated by Aliya Karmali

This year's Current Emerging Curator is Aliya Karmali, a recent U of T graduate. Interested in how our spaces create and hold meaning, Karmali developed a call for submissions centred on the poetics of space.

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Past exhibition
Sep 28 - Nov 5, 2016

The Sky Is Also a Map―Curated by Marissa Neave

The Sky Is Also a Map features new and recent works that consider media as the vessels through which our relationships and identities are formed and conveyed.

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Past exhibition
Sep 15 - 25, 2016

Night Swimmer by Michael Trommer, part of in/future

InterAccess is pleased to co-present a multi-channel adaptation of Michael Trommer's Night Swimmer, with Subtle Technologies and the Music Gallery.

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Past exhibition
Jul 14 - Aug 13, 2016

Vector Festival - The Algorithmic Imagination

Where does human interpretation of algorithmic processes end, and where does the algorithmic imagination begin?

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Past exhibition
May 5 - Jun 11, 2016

Picks Per Minute―Phillip David Stearns and Peter Wilkins

InterAccess and Subtle Technologies co-present Picks Per Minute, part of the 19th Annual Subtle Technologies Festival, SEAMLESS VISIONS.

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Past exhibition
Feb 17 - Apr 2, 2016

Once Is Nothing: A Drone Art Exhibition

Canada’s first exhibition dedicated to the investigation of drones as a subject, material, and tool for artistic production.

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Past exhibition
Jan 13 - 30, 2016

When I Breathe the Ocean Curls―Lauren A.M. Scott

InterAccess is pleased to present When I Breathe the Ocean Curls, a performative environment by Lauren A.M. Scott.

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Past exhibition
Oct 8 - Dec 19, 2015

Once Removed―A Project by Brandon A. Dalmer

Once Removed considers the eerie potential of automated art. Includes work by Brandon A. Dalmer, Laura Hudspith & Nicholas Zirk, Matthieu Sabourin, Tobias Williams, and Tyler Vipond.

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