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Upcoming exhibition
Jul 11 - Aug 10, 2024

VF24 | too fragile to hold

A collection of new media artworks and interactive installations seeking to immerse participants into embodied experiences of flourishing mutualisms and resounding simultaneity.

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Upcoming exhibition
Jul 11 - Aug 10, 2024

VF24 | I ♥ U―Kenzie Housego

Come text, flirt, and chat with these interactive LED embroidery works by Kenzie Housego.

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Upcoming exhibition
Jul 12 - 19, 2024

VF24 | Resonant Futures

The intersection of ecology and technology is explored through new media artworks focused on disintegration, decomposition, and obsolete technology.

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Upcoming exhibition
Jul 18, 2024

VF24 | deu(s ex) machina Showcase

Our five gamemakers in residence have been hard at work making games exploring how technology has enriched/hindered pursuits for sexual intimacy and self-understanding; come join us in celebration, and play some games.

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Past exhibition
May 5 - 6, 2023

Library Research Collective: Wayfinding and Fieldtrips―Risa Horowitz, Dave Kemp, Alex Kurina, and Pierre Tremblay

A collection of immersive video works, "Wayfinding and Fieldtrips", by the Library Research Collective, reimagining data from a 10km canoe trip of Black Creek through the Humber River.

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Past exhibition
Apr 1 - May 4, 2023

IA 360° Showcase Exhibition

The inaugural exhibition of InterAcccess’s IA 360°, platforming a variety of artists exploring the full capabilities of the system. 

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Past exhibition
Mar 27, 2023

IA 360°: Full Launch Programming

After five years in the making, InterAccess is proud to launch Toronto’s only artist accessible immersive 360° projection environment – IA 360°. The IA 360° transforms InterAccess’s gallery space, encouraging artists to leverage sensory intensity for critical thinking. In celebration, InterAccess has programmed events running from March to May 2023 to provide a broad selection of entry points for artists, from exhibition and performance opportunities to critical artist panels and roundtables.  

 

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Past exhibition
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?

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Past exhibition
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.

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Past exhibition
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.

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Past exhibition
Jul 14 - 24, 2022

The air we share―Christina Battle, Driftnote, Dalia Hassan, Jason Isolini, Kaya Joan, Sally McKay, Geoffrey Pugen, and Laura Margaret Ramsey

The air we share is a multisite exhibition of GIF artworks curated by Megan MacLaurin considering the spatial and social resonance of air. 

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Past exhibition
Jul 14 - Aug 13, 2022

Machine Bodies (Is Cyborg Good or Evil?)―Works by Xuan Ye, Madeleine Lychek, and L.A. Birdwatchers

The Vector Festival 2022 flagship exhibition, Machine Bodies (Is Cyborg Good or Evil?), focuses on the relationship between body and machine – its tensions, (in)compatibilities, liminal spaces, and byproducts.

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Past exhibition
Mar 2 - Apr 23, 2022

Ełexiìtǫ ; Ehts’ǫǫ̀ / Connected ; Apart From Each Other―Casey Koyczan

An installation that communicates the journey of accessing one’s culture through distance education and research, presenting new technologies as viable tools for learning language, tradition, stories, and spiritual beliefs.

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