Apr 4 - May 3, 2008
Ogres, Halflings, Night Elves and Chuck Norris―Eddo Stern. Curated by Pablo de Ocampo and Dana Samuel In conjunction with the 21st annual Images Festival
Where Fantasy, Role Playing, and Hidden Treasures are only a drop kick away...
Jan 26, 2008
Inter(PR)Axis: Mapping a Practice of Media Art―Organized by Nina Czegledy Presented by: InterAccess, York University Department of Film's Norman Jewison Series, the Ontario College of Art & Design and OCAD's mobile digital project, Portage: The Canadian Mobile Experience.
Inter(PR)Axis is a free one day conference addressing the historical context, current practice and future directions of media art in Toronto and beyond, as a parallel event with the InterAccess exhibition IA25: Mapping a Practice of Media Art.
Jan 25 - Mar 8, 2008
IA25: Mapping a Practice of New Media Art―Norman White, Simone Jones, Galen Scorer, and Lorena Salomé. Curated by Nina Czegledy and Angella Mackey
Looking back on 25 years of looking forward
An exhibition featuring the work of Simone Jones & Julian Oliver, Lorena Salomé, Galen Scorer and Norman White.
Sep 14 - Dec 1, 2007
Sound Cycles and Mobile City―Sound cycles- David McCallum, Jessica Thompson. Mobile City- Julie Andreyev, Dave Kemp, Stephanie Rothenberg
Two exhibitions about moving through the citySound Cycles: September 14- December 1, 2007
Mobile City: September 29- December 1, 2007Reception and Party for both: Saturday, September 29: 7:03pm onwards (in conjunction with Nuit Blanche)
nterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre proudly presents fall exhibitions that move you in many ways
David McCallum, Jessica Thompson
Julie Andreyev, Dave Kemp, Stephanie Rothenberg
Jul 13 - Aug 6, 2007
Two Steps Back―Featuring Adam Bellavance, Jason de Haan, Kristen Kellar, Derek Liddington, Laura Paolini, Matthew Willamson. Curated by Sarah Todd
Canada's most promising emerging new media artists showcase their work at InterAccess
Technology and failure go hand in hand, sometimes with disastrous consequences, though more often with a sadly comic twist. Two Steps Back is interested in this game of trial and error� the featured artists play with glitches, futility, randomness and ridiculousness. The fraught relationship between machines and their shortcomings is often represented as apocalyptic and ominous.
Jul 4 - 7, 2007
BETA in Beta―Niknaz Tavakolian, Dave Kemp, Malka Greene, Mark Andre Pennock. Curated by Jennifer Cherniack
InterAccess is pleased to present BETA in beta, the first exhibition in the InterAccess beta series.
beta is a pilot project to showcase the work of our members and strengthen the connection between the production and exhibition phases of new media art at InterAccess.
May 25 - Jun 16, 2007
Whose Body is It, Anyway?―Monir Moniruzzaman & Jack Butler. Curated by Camille Turner Presented in partnership with Subtle Technologies Festival 2007
THE DUALITY OF HUMAN DIGNITY: TWO SHORT ESSAYS ON MONIR MONIRUZZAMAN AND JACK BUTLER
JOHN K. GRANDE
Apr 6 - May 12, 2007
The Watchman―Shona Illingworth. Curated by Rhonda Corvese
InterAccess is pleased to present The Watch Man, a new major video and sound installation by internationally acclaimed London-based artist Shona Illingworth. In the exhibition, the artist weaves together the physical and the psychological, creating an immersive environment where a complex sound composition surrounds the viewer. Using feonic audio technologies originally developed by the US Navy, the installation activates the gallery space, turning the floor into a speaker that resonates with sound.
Feb 2 - Mar 17, 2007
Zoo―Ingrid Bachmann, Garnet Hertz, Amy Youngs
InterAccess is pleased to present ZOO, an exhibition of three works by three artists that artfully integrate natural and artificial life, colliding the realm of living things with the genre of creative electronics. Artists Ingrid Bachmann, Garnet Hertz and Amy Youngs explore the complex relationship between technology, culture and nature. This exhibition includes a cockroach-controlled robot, a holodeck for house crickets and hermit crabs that surf the net! Read the essay by Matthew Brower here.