Upcoming exhibition
Sep 14 - Oct 27, 2018

Loner Culture―Thirza Cuthand, KITE, and Fallon Simard

Loner Culture is a group exhibition curated by Lindsay Nixon, featuring media works by Thirza Cuthand, KITE, and Fallon Simard.

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Current exhibition
Jul 12 - Aug 18, 2018

Born Digital―Adam Basanta, A.M. Darke, Joseph DeLappe, Judith Doyle, Ann Hirsch, Chris Kerich, and Lu Yang

Expanding on Vector Festival 2018's theme, this flagship exhibition features performative artist positions that explore how human connections are framed by ‘the digital’ and how they are dictated by technological apparatuses.

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Current exhibition
Jul 12 - Aug 18, 2018

Local Host 2018: Sub/Hyper/Text―Works by Sarah Friend, Soo Jin Rho, Timo Kahlen, Dina Kelberman, and Amanda Low

For the second year, Vector Festival includes a web-based exhibition in which participating artists experiment with emerging presentation formats. Many of the works included reinterpret established ‘offline’ forms of artistic expression for new online contexts.

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Upcoming event
Oct 28, 2018

junglejungle, a performance by Kite

Join Kite for an experimental audio-visual performance that incorporates Blu Mar Ten’s 1989-1999 drum and bass sample pack, translations of Lakota songs, habitual audience behaviours, and the position of certain planets.

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Jun 23, 2018

InterAccess Digital Artist-In Residence Program

InterAccess currently seeks proposals for a digital artist-in residency program. For this digital residency individual artists and collectives are invited to propose a project that will make creative use of digital platforms.

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Jun 20, 2018

Vector Festival 2018 | Full Program Announced!

Vector Festival 2018, Born Digital, will take place from July 12th - 16th, 2018. Check out the full festival program here!

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Jun 06, 2018

2018 Annual General Meeting

InterAccess's Annual General Meeting is beign held Wednesday June 20, 2018, at 6:00pm, providing members with insight into the progress of the organization over the past year and ensures they have an opportunity to help determine InterAccess's future.

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