Sep 7 - Oct 8, 2022
An exhibition curated by 2022 IA Current Curator Talia Golland exploring digital materiality through the assembly of physical, networked, and gestural connections.
Jul 14 - Aug 13, 2022
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.
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.
Mar 2 - Apr 23, 2022
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.
Dec 8, 2021 - Feb 5, 2022
A virtual exhibition curated by IA Current Curator Tristan Sauer exploring the dreams and simulations of the computer age, digital co-existence, and the possibilities of more equitable, diverse, and safe futures online.
Nov 3 - Dec 4, 2021
InterAccess is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Max Lester, the recipient of the 2020 InterAccess Media Arts Prize. For over twenty years this award has been granted annually to a graduating Integrated Media student at OCAD University whose work exhibits excellence and innovation in new media practice.
Oct 19 - 23, 2021
A video installation curated by Lorna Mills, screened on the doors of Artscape Wychwood Barns as part of the City of Toronto's BigArtTO program.
Sep 15 - Oct 9, 2021
Geofenced―Works by Scott Benesiinaabandan, Cat Bluemke & Jonathan Carroll, Adrienne Matheuszik, and Jenn E Norton
Four new augmented reality artworks animate InterAccess's gallery and Toronto's Davenport neighbourhood, connecting viewers to the forgotten histories, contemporary politics, and faraway futures of place.
Jul 15 - Aug 7, 2021
A multisite public art exhibition showcasing GIF artworks that use abstraction & repetition to simulate the hypotic effects of social media scrolling.