Archive for the ‘exhibitions’ Category

  • 12.09.2010

    Funware _playing with software art

    Making and using software can be experimental, humorous and aesthetically rich. The international exhibition Funware deals with this Fun-factor in softwaredevelopment, and the many ways in which artists have run off with it in past and present. For these seventeen very diverse and mostly interactive projects, in which playing with software is the starting point, […]

  • 11.18.2010

    CERTIFIED COPY

    Janieta Eyre (CA) 1989. The American artist Larry Miller, a member of the Fluxus movement, distributes certificates to allow anyone to decide on the use, or not, of their DNA. The action, which relates the art scene to contemporary biotechnological problems, would precede the birth of Dollie, the first cloned mammal in the world, by […]

  • 11.10.2010

    Warm Ice

    November 12, 2010 – January 9, 2011 Art Gallery of Peterborough Curated by Carla Garnet WARM ICE is a ten-person show that intentionally highlights the inherent theatricality of works of art, both cinematic and object-based, to engage viewers in enacting their own readings of the multi-media works that comprise the story-bound exhibition. Taking the gradual […]

  • 11.09.2010

    Too Cool For School Art & Science Exhibition

    Too Cool For School Art & Science Exhibition: A Fresh Ground new works Project November 13, 2010 – January 2, 2011Opening Friday, November 12, 6-10 pm Harbourfront Centre, Toronto Featuring: Libby Hague, Doug Jarvis, Gareth Lichty, Abigale Miller, Elissa Ross & Patrick Ingram, and Allison Rowe curated by Patrick Macaulay + Sally McKay An exhibition […]

  • 11.04.2010

    RMB CITY

    A Space Gallery and the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival are proud to present: RMB CITY  by CAO FEI (SL: CHINA TRACY) Curated by Siya Chen and Heather Keung Exhibition runs November 5 – December 11 2010 Opening Reception November 12th, 5 – 7pm Residency in RMB City presented by Gendai Gallery Artist Talk […]

  • 10.21.2010

    Ceci n’est pas la FIAC

    Ceci n’est pas la Fiac, vous ne vous êtes pas trompé de lieu ! lafiac.com est un espace rhizomatique qui étend les frontières de la Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain aux artistes qui utilisent le Web comme espace de création. lafiac.com : lieu de présentation de 29 artistes internationaux et 29 oeuvres en ligne, accessibles par […]

  • 10.05.2010
  • 10.01.2010

    Game Show + Deep Play

    October 2 – December 19 Surrey Art Gallery Surrey, British Columbia Game Show explores the relationships between contemporary culture and play, games and visual art, with works by artists Stephen Andrews, Myfanwy Ashmore, Matilda Aslizadeh, Jim Breukelman, Christos Dikeakos, Brian Howell, Keith Langergräber, Evan Lee, Alison MacTaggart, Corin Sworn, Colette Urban and Paul Wong. Also […]

  • 09.30.2010

    DJ Spooky brings Arctic to Toronto City Hall’s green roof

    Multimedia artist, writer and expedition voyager – DJ Spooky a.k.a. Paul D. Miller & Artist and Cape Farewell Founder – David Buckland bring the Arctic to Toronto at Nuit Blanche, Oct. 2nd with two live concerts in the Dan Graham Pavilion less than 24 hours after returning from their Cape Farewell Arctic expedition! Additional media […]

  • 09.26.2010

    Red Light: Bill Vorn @ Nuit Blanche

    NUIT BLANCHE Opening on October 2nd 2010 from 7PM to 7AM as a part of  Nuit Blanche LABO 55 Mill Street, Studio 317 Distillery District, Toronto RED LIGHT is an interactive robotic environment which aims to question, reformulate and subvert the notions of behavior, projection and empathy that usually characterize the relationship between human beings […]