Current 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.

Past exhibition
Nov 23 - 29, 2009

Escapist Action: Performance in Recession―John G. Boehme, Joanne Bristol, David Frankovich, Tomas Jonsson, Rodolphe-Yves Lapointe, Julian Higuerey Nunez, Ignacio Perez-Perez and Claudia Wittmann. Curated by Don Simmons

InterAccess is pleased to host FADO Performance Centre's presentation, Escapist Action: Performance in Recession, from November 23rd to 29th, 2009.

Curated by Don Simmons

Past exhibition
Nov 17 - 22, 2009

Beta: Scentizer―Rodolphe el-Khoury and Nashid Nabian

InterAccess is pleased to present Scentisizer, the second installment in our beta series of members-driven exhibitions and featuring the work of Rodolphe el-Khoury and Nashid Nabian.

Please join us for the opening reception on November 17 at 7pm.

beta provides InterAccess members an opportunity to exhibit and test work that is new or even still in development. This series of exhibitions is meant to strengthen the connection between the production and exhibition of new media work at InterAccess by showcasing members' projects in the gallery.

Past exhibition
Oct 22 - Nov 7, 2009

Beta: Travel an Inch, Erode a Day―Christina Kostoff and Raz Rotem

InterAccess is pleased to present Travel an Inch, Erode a Day, the first installment in our beta series of members-driven exhibitions and featuring the work of recent graduates Christina Kostoff (the recipient of InterAccess' Media Arts at OCAD 2009 prize) and Raz Rotem.

Please join us for the opening reception on October 22 at 7pm.

Past exhibition
Jul 10 - Aug 15, 2009

Trivial Pursuits: Mass Distraction―Roja Aslani, Erin Gee, David Han, Beatriz Herrera, Steve Shaddick, and Blake Williams. Curated by Jennifer Chan

Trivial Pursuits: Mass Distraction
9th Annual InterAccess Emerging Artists Exhibition
Opening Reception Friday July 10th, 7PM
Q&A with artists and curator 8PM

InterAccess is excited to present Trivial Pursuits: Mass Distraction, the 9th Annual Emerging Artists Exhibition opening reception on Friday, July 10th, at 7pm. Please join us for oral fixation and hyperactive banter as the curator leads an informal discussion with the artists at 8pm.

Past exhibition
Apr 3 - May 9, 2009

And Then There Were None―Richard Schütz and Larissa Fassler. Curated by Stephanie Rogerson

This exhibition is programmed by and presented in conjunction with the 22nd Images Festival, 2-11 April 2009. For more information please visit www.imagesfestival.com.

Past exhibition
Mar 25 - 28, 2009

Drawing and Speech―Geoffrey Shea

For over two decades Geoffrey Shea has been creating idiosyncratic video installations and interactive works laced with de-nuded language and stripped- down technology to question not only the tales we tell ourselves, but the very telling itself.

Past exhibition
Mar 5 - 22, 2009

OCAD on Queen 2009―Gloria Bernal, Nicholas Carlino, Rewaia and Derek Twilt

InterAccess is please to present OCAD ON QUEEN 2009, an exhibition of multimedia works from 4th-year Thesis students in OCAD's Sculpture/Installation program. The exhibition at InterAccess is one of seven exhibitions of student work from the program to be staged along Queen West over the next two months.

This is the second year InterAccess has participated in this program.

Gloria Bernal
Nicholas Carlino
Derek Twilt

More information is available here.

Past exhibition
Jan 23 - Feb 28, 2009

Electronic Shamanism―Jackson 2bears & Ted Hiebert, Joseph Lefevre & Martine Koutnouyan, Geoffrey Pugen and Alyce Santoro. Curated by Min-Jeong (M.J.) Kim.

InterAccess is pleased to present Electronic Shamanism, an exhibition of four interactive electronic media art works from Victoria, Toronto, Montreal and Texas that incorporate kinesthetic interaction and a wide range of sensorial engagements to examine the similarity between the shamanic experience and our interactions with high technology. The works in the exhibition also consider technology as a vehicle and mediator of shamanistic experiences, bringing spirituality and technology together, combining age old rituals and emergent media.

Past exhibition
Sep 26 - Nov 22, 2008

Beatrice's Centre for Student Affairs, or, How I Learned that my Mother was Right about Making Art in a Prarie Town During the Rise and Fall of Grunge Music―Curated by Jennifer Cherniack. Featuring Jo-Anne Balcaen, Daniel Barrow and Evan Tapper

September 26-November 22, 2008
Opening Reception: Friday, September 26th, 8pm

Special Nuit Blanche Performance by Evan Tapper, October 4th from 7pm-7am at InterAccess. Presented by the Koffler Gallery in partnership with InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre

Special Artist Talk, Daniel Barrow
Thursday, October 16, 8pm

Juicy Couture Panel Discussion, Saturday, October 18, 2-5pm