From Here to There...
Curated by Kulwinder Bajar and Mark Jones
From Here to There... represents the third collaboration between InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre, South Asian Visual Arts Collective and the Desh Pardesh Festival. The works in this exhibit survey the history and collective memory of localized and transient cultural communities – a journey into the dislocation of history, culture and identity within a contemporary landscape. Roark Andrade’s Suburban Little India examines the localized expansion of the South Asian presence in the northwest corner of Metropolitan Toronto; using a combination of documentary film placed in front of a web-based collage of video, photos, drawings, text, music, links, and postings, Andrade speculates on the present and future for this evolving pocket of culture. damian lopes' Project X: 1497-1999, a work in development over several years, is a poetry-multimedia installation exploring discovery, technology and colonialism through Vasco da Gama’s first voyage from Portugal to Africa and South Asia.
Click here to view an archive of the original From Here to There... exhibition website.
Jan 18 - Feb 18, 2023
Garden of Waves―Vladimir Kanic
InterAccess is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Vladimir Kanic, the recipient of the 2022 InterAccess Media Arts Prize. For over twenty years this award has been granted annually to a graduating media arts student from a university within the Greater Toronto Area whose work exhibits excellence and innovation in new media practice.
Garden of Waves asks the question: could you change the world just by breathing?
Oct 20 - Dec 10, 2022
Terms & Expectations―Hiba Ali, Simon Denny, Sophia Oppel, Yuri Pattison, Eva Pel, and Coralie Vogelaar
An exhibition revealing the tangible presence of digital distribution chains that punctuate our physical surroundings and are transforming the topographies of human industry and interaction.
Sep 7 - Oct 8, 2022
tangles, overlays, and lines drawn elsewhere―Curated by Talia Golland
An exhibition curated by 2022 IA Current Curator Talia Golland exploring digital materiality through the assembly of physical, networked, and gestural connections.