Exhibitions

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Exhibitions

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Upcoming exhibition
Jul 11 - Aug 17, 2019

Future Relics―Curated by Katie Micak and Martin Zeilinger

Vector Festival's 2019 flagship exhibition exploring outlooks on digital culture and the environment that oscillate between the playful and the critical, the hopeful and the dystopian.

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Upcoming exhibition
Jul 11 - 14, 2019

African Space Dream―Milumbe Haimbe

A video installation of Milumbe Haimbe's animation, African Space Dream

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Upcoming exhibition
Jul 11 - 14, 2019

Canadian Abstracts | GIF―Jordan Shaw

A GIF artwork created using a Generative Adversarial Network trained on Lawren Harris paintings

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Upcoming exhibition
Jul 11 - 14, 2019

Local Host: Post-Human Media Arts―John Ayliff, Matt DesLauriers, Droqen, Nick Montfort, Vera Sebert

An online exhibition of digital artworks that imagine worlds outside of humanity's follies

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Upcoming exhibition
Jul 11 - 14, 2019

Roadkill | GIF―Lorna Mills

A screening of Lorna Mills' GIF Roadkill in Trinity Square Video's vitrine

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Upcoming exhibition
Jul 11 - 14, 2019

The Great Derangement―Iodine Dynamics, Brianna Lowe, Kris Pierce, Zeesy Powers

An exhibition negotiating the lunacies of human-environmental interaction by drawing on the tropes, technologies, and aesthetics of videogame culture

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Upcoming exhibition
Jul 11 - 14, 2019

Bot in the Woods | GIF―Sarah Imrisek

A dual-channel GIF screening in InterAccess's front window

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Past exhibition
Jun 20 - Jul 5, 2003

(e)merge // (dis)separate―Aaron Buttle, Jennifer Norton, Randy Knott, David Kucherepa, Kingsley Ng, Steve Daniels and Ben Bogart

Curated by Katie Varney and Jessica Fung

We are a generation who grew up in a tuned-in and fully wired world. As infants, technology enveloped us, wrapping its circuit-board blankets around us, making its way into every part of our psyche. The fact technology has acted as our overbearing parents continues to make it difficult for us to obtain an objective viewpoint.

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Past exhibition
May 23 - Jun 7, 2003

Signal―Steve Heimbecker, Bill Vorn and Simon Penny

Curated by Michael Alstad and Camille Turner

Signal: the sound, image or message transmitted or received in telegraphy, telephony, radio, television or radar.

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Past exhibition
Apr 11 - 27, 2003

Artist-Astronaut―Debra Solomon

Curated by Field Office

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Past exhibition
Mar 20 - Apr 3, 2003

Prosthetic Head―Stelarc

The line that separates us from the machines we create has become blurred. Our self-proclaiming notions of intelligence, awareness, identity, agency, and embodiment are no longer attributed solely to the human body. And instead of identity, we possess characteristics of connectivity that are most notably manifested through Embodied Conversational Agents.

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Past exhibition
Sep 19 - Oct 12, 2002

Skinjob―Wayne Dunkley, Ana Rewakowicz and Jason Salavon

Curated by Camille Turner

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Past exhibition
Sep 8 - Nov 3, 2002

Next Memory City - Toronto: Venice ―Michael Awad, Eve Egoyan and David Rokeby

Curated by Michael Awad and John Knechtal

 

Canada's entry in the 8th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale, 2002. Presented by InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre and Alphabet City. Works by Michael Awad, Eve Egoyan and David Rokeby. Commissioned by Kathleen Pirrie Adams. Co-curated by Michael Awad and John Knechtal. More credits available below.

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Past exhibition
May 11 - 25, 2002

Substance―Richard Brown, Alan Dunning and Paul Woodrow

Curated by Michael Alstad and Camille Turner

InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre in partnership with Subtle Technologies and Year Zero One present Substance, an exhibition of interactive installations. The exhibit focuses on two works that stimulate participation and response in the fluid, dreamy interface between the virtual and physical.

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Past exhibition
Apr 11 - 27, 2002

Remain in Light―Haruki Nishijima

Curated by Field Office

Signals from the surrounding environment – transient personal information from parking lots, restaurants, city streets – are captured in a butterfly net receiver. Output data appear as beautiful clusters of sound-emitting light. Immediate and remote space are both transformed by Haruki Nishijima’s invention of an imaginary ecology.

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Past exhibition
Dec 6 - 20, 2001

Alpha Girls―Midi Onodera

Alpha Girls is a collection of three "cyber performances" by internationally acclaimed Canadian performance artists Kinga Araya, Louise Liliefeldt and Tanya Mars. In collaboration with each artist, filmmaker Midi Onodera has directed and designed a DVD presentation of each performance that provides a set of unique interactive possibilities.

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