Jun 7 - Jul 13, 2013
Part Google, part Guggenheim; Googleheim proposes five projects that critically explore the tensions between transiency and permanence of the image in the context of contemporary art and media technology.
Apr 13 - May 18, 2013
Kuai Shen's installation at InterAccess is biomimetic environment based on a 'do-it-yourself' approach to bioacoustics, measuring the vibratory sounds and mapping the activity of an ant colony and their relation to the artificial ecosystem where they live.
Feb 21 - 24, 2013
Rather than creating games where prescribed routes and narratives direct player movement and action, the works featured in Other Worlds position the player as a digital flaneur, who is free to move in any direction they like, while occupying the position of a detached observer.
Jan 18 - Feb 16, 2013
Featuring two separate but interrelated bodies of work, this solo-exhibition is like peering into the brain of the Internet while it doesn't know you're looking.
Oct 24 - Nov 17, 2012
The exhibition presents practices of artist collectives, institutions and individual artists working across the South East Asia region and China with a special focus on video, its archiving processes, its presentation, preservation and distribution, as well as its use as a medium to reveal neglected histories, different realities and missing contact points.
Sep 19 - Oct 21, 2012
Using InterAccess' entire building as an instrument, Instant Places creates a generative audio-visual installation that examines the spatial and sonic qualities of the gallery and its urban context.
Jul 20 - Aug 18, 2012
Using optical illusions, embodied perception and eschewing the typical use of "interactivity" in technology, the artists gathered in Corpus Lucida focus on the act of seeing.
May 25 - Jun 30, 2012
An exhibition and multi-format project which proposes various experiences of reading a database records the weather in Kimmirut, Nunavut via continuous still images and it runs 24/7, while investigating the role of the webcam as an unbiased and unrelenting image collector.
Apr 13 - May 19, 2012
Tristan Perich and Sarah Rara are two artists who test the boundaries of sound, object and image. In their work as musicians and as visual artists, they investigate the basic structures of their media, highlighting and experimenting with the formal properties and relationships between what we see and what we hear.