Jan 17 - Feb 17, 2024

once more, once again

Ghislan Sutherland-Timm

From the discarded furnishings and neglected findings collected over a period of time, once more, once again engages with the revitalization of found objects activated through an orchestral and unorthodox play of sight and sound. Not every voice comes in flesh and blood. Homed as living entities the collection of sonic and tactile works proposes the audience to challenge how, when, and why we touch and listen to inanimate objects? When do these domestic beings become more than a tool of function? 

Read the essay in support of the 2023 Media Arts Prize by Furqan Mohamad here


Opening Reception
January 17, 2024, 7 – 9PM


EXHIBITION: Kaboos: An exhibition of nightmares
Mehrnaz Abdoos   
January 17 – February 17, 2024   

A personal narrative of the artist, Kaboos exhibits Mehrnaz Abdoos’ nightmares and how she pieces her life through them through a 3D rendered environment. 


ARTIST TALK: Farming the Future
Murley Herrle-Fanning
February 3, 2024 | 2 – 3:30PM 

Engage with a variety of topics from farm chores alongside a herd of goats, birds, and dogs, to experiments with emerging technologies such as AI powered creations and niche systems of participatory media for broadcasting and gaming. 


WORKSHOP: DIY Vacuum Formed Lamps  
Audrey Ammann
January 30, 2024 | 6 – 9PM
Register here

This hands-on workshop will guide participants through the basics of vacuum forming to design their own LED lamp covers. 



Ghislan Sutherland-Timm, winner of the 2023 InterAccess Media Arts Prize, is a craftsman based in Tkaronto/ Toronto. Their artistic practice is influenced by their ancestral ties and reconnection to their Afro-Caribbean heritage and Carib roots. Their work is also ignited by the ephemerality and tactility of sound and film. In creating “incomplete complete” works, collage-making is frequently utilized within their practice to shape autobiographical-fictional narratives and subjects of ambiguous beings addressing identity, memory, and landmarking. This often reflects the intersections of Sutherland-Timm’s multicultural queer identity and unravels the mythologies and romanticization of home and homecoming. 



For over twenty years the InterAccess Media Arts Prize has been granted annually to a graduating student whose work exhibits excellence and innovation in new media practice. Participating colleges and universities are invited to nominate one graduating student to be considered for a solo exhibition in InterAccess's gallery. Nominations are adjudicated by InterAccess's Programming Committee, who select one nominee for an exhibition at InterAccess. All nominees receive a complimentary one-year studio membership to InterAccess. 

Past exhibition
Apr 24 - May 11, 2024

+1-home―Nada El-Omari and Sonya Mwambu

+1-home is custom-made to InterAccess’s immersive projection environment as a two-player interactive experience, developed with the support of InterAccess’s inaugural IA 360º Artists-in-Residence program.

Past exhibition
Jan 17 - Feb 17, 2024

Kaboos: An exhibition of nightmares―Mehrnaz Abdoos

2023 Media Arts Prize Winner Exhibition; A personal narrative of the artist, Kaboos exhibits Mehrnaz Abdoos’ nightmares and how she pieces her life together with them through a 3D rendered environment. 


Past exhibition
Nov 8 - Dec 9, 2023

All watched over by machines of loving grace ―Gladys Lou

The 22nd Annual IA Current Exhibition asks the audience what makes love real: the lover, the loved one, or the medium by which love is conveyed? Curated by Gladys Lou.

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