Feb 17 - Mar 24, 2012
InterAccess is pleased to present Double Back, an exhibition by Toronto-based collaborative duo Jillian Ross and Liam Wylie, from February 17 to March 24, 2012. In Double Back, Ross and Wylie explore the relationship between "the embodied phenomenological experience of travelling through a physical gallery space and the disembodied experience of navigating across one digitally." The exhibition features a number of paintings and sculptures displayed in InterAccess' physical gallery space and recreated in an accompanying virtual gallery space modelled on InterAccess.
Nov 18 - Dec 17, 2011
Curated by Vicky Moufawad-Paul
Nov 3 - 5, 2011
Strategic Arts Initiative 2.0―Doug Back, Carl Hamfelt, Laura Kikauka, David Rokeby, Graham Smith, and Norman White
SAI 2.0 is presented as a three-day event in which visitors are invited to interact with their counterparts in Rotterdam through works of telepresence art.
Sep 16 - Oct 15, 2011
InterAccess is thrilled to present Philippe Blanchard's first solo-exhibition, Time Tunnel, from September 16 to October 15, 2011. Working in 'expanded animation', Blanchard has produced a cardboard and masonite cave plastered with multi-colored (RGB) prints and lighted by customized overhead projectors and L.E.D. strobe lights. As the lights in the gallery change from red to blue to green, the prints take on a crude but mesmerizing motion straddling the line between high and hacky tech.
Jun 30 - Aug 13, 2011
Digital Alterities―Anyse Ducharme ,Thea Jones ,Mani Mazinani ,Tamara Platisa & Sasa Rajsic ,Santiago Tavera ,Calvin Winter, and Scott Gamble
InterAccess is pleased to present its 11th Annual Emerging Artist Exhibition, DIGITAL ALTERITIES, curated by our 2011 Curatorial Intern Scott Gamble.
The intermingling of humanity and technology has blurred the line between real and fabricated, between natural and digital. We live in a constant state of cyber-flux, bombarded by the seemingly endless supply of digital noise. Digital culture has permeated every micrometer of our natural being, and the discrepancy between the real and virtual is increasingly difficult to discern.
May 12 - Jun 18, 2011
Cyber Surveillance In Everyday Life―David Bouchard, Bruno Lessard, and Pierre Tremblay, Derek Dunlop, Kristen Atkins, Jon Rafman ,Tomer Diamant and Matthew Hannam
Please join us for the opening reception party for Cyber-surveillance in Everyday Life. The opening will take place at InterAccess on Friday, May 13th from 7pm until 1am. There will be DJs, food and drinks served all night long.
InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre, in partnership with The New Transparency: Surveillance & Social Sorting, is pleased to present Cyber-surveillance in Everyday Life. This group exhibition examines many aspects of surveillance, particularly the growing prevalence of cyber-surveillance in our daily lives and social habits.
Apr 2 - May 7, 2011
Presented in conjunction with the 24th Images Festival.
Co-curated by Aileen Burns and Alex Snukal.
SPECIAL EVENT: Melanie Gilligan and Eric Cazdyn in Conversation, 2:00pm, Sunday April 3.
Mar 5 - 19, 2011
Bind Together: New Toronto Works 2011―Itzvan Kantor, Julieta Maria, Tamara Platiša and Saša Rajšic, and Sean Procyck
Bind Together is a co-presentation with Pleasure Dome and its annual New Toronto Works program. The exhibition is curated by Toronto-based curators Guillermina Buzio and Laura Paolini, and features new installation works produced by Toronto-based artists Itzvan Kantor, Julieta Maria, Tamara Platiša and Saša Rajšic, and Sean Procyck. InterAccess will be hosting the party for New Toronto Works on Saturday, March 19th from 8pm to 2am.
Please find the accompanying exhibition essay, written by curators Guilllermina Buzio and Laura Paolini, below, along with artist biographies.
Nov 27, 2010 - Jan 22, 2011
Oath of The Homunculi―Robert Hengeveld, Rafaël Rozendaal, Paul Slocum, and Soft Turns. Curated by Alex Snukal and Jennifer Cherniack.
InterAccess is pleased to present Oath of the Homunculi, a group exhibition examining the use of scale in electronic and digital media, featuring the work of Robert Hengeveld, Rafaël Rozendaal, Paul Slocum, and Soft Turns, and curated by Alex Snukal and Jennifer Cherniack.