Archive for the ‘exhibitions’ Category

  • 09.23.2010

    Stelarc: artist’s talk and exhibition in Montreal

    Public vernissage with the artist in attendance Ars Electronica Golden Nica 2010 Prize Winner Comes to Montreal on the 45th Anniversary of the Communication Studies Department at Concordia University “The biological body is not well organ-ized. The body needs to be Internet enabled in more intimate ways. THE EAR ON ARM project suggests an alternate […]

  • 09.23.2010

    CARTOGRAPHIE D’UNE PRATIQUE | MAPPING A PRACTICE

    OCTOBER 2 TO DECEMBER 4, 2010 SBC Gallery of Contemporary Art SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2010 CONVERSATION with Vera Frenkel and Sylvie Lacerte, from 3 to 3:30 p.m. (in English). OPENING from 3:30 to 5 p.m. This unique exhibition will treat visitors to a far-reaching look at the work and thought of interdisciplinary artist Vera Frenkel, […]

  • 09.17.2010

    FACTORIA

    photo credit: Eileen Murray In late August I was in Saskatoon to participate in a short research/production residency for a Canada Council for the Arts sponsored Artist and Community Collaboration Program, connecting the College Art Galleries with the Meewasin Valley Authority, the Interdisciplinary Centre for Culture. The work produced during the residency is part of […]

  • 09.14.2010

    Formerly Exit Five: Portable Monuments to Recent History

    September 17 – December 17, 2010 College Art Galleries ÷ Kenderdine Art Gallery University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon Artists: Vahram Aghasyan, Michael Alstad, Cyprien Gaillard, Sara Graham, Paul Griffin, Isabelle Hayeur, Craig Leonard, Andrew King + Angela Silver, David Rokeby, Denyse Thomasos Curated by Shauna McCabe While place and history retain currency, contemporary landscapes are defined […]

  • 09.05.2010

    Christopher Meerdo: Reiteration + Stalemate

    Chicago based artist Christopher Meerdo, whose Backyards piece screened at Dundas Square for one month during the Transmedia 29:59 project in Toronto, has two exhibitions opening this month.  Reiteration, at Harper College Exhibition Space is a range of current and older photographs, lightboxes, and video works. Stalemate, at the Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts is […]

  • 06.14.2010

    Made In Internet

    Made in Internet: an online showcase featuring 23 international web based artists. June 11-28, 2010, Krakow, Poland Featuring works by: 0100101110101101.org, Tamas Banovich, Michael Bell Smith, Petra Cortright, Paul B. Davis, Ursula Endlicher, Eteam, Joel Holmberg,  JODI, Guthrie Lonergan, Kristin Lucas, Joe McKay, Tom Moody, MTAA, Luke Murphy, Marisa Olson, Paul Slocum, Jessie Stead, Harm Van […]

  • 06.02.2010

    subtle technologies highlights

    So this is it, Subtletek week and as the festival draws near, we’ve been intensifying our blogging. Our latest posts on the contingent ecologies blog have varied from biotek for kids to eco art and green cities. So far we’ve had a workshop on making electricity from junk to power devices like cellphones. On Friday […]

  • 05.25.2010

    geoweb: a body of artistic works on the geographic web

    On Wednesday,  May 26, 2010, at the Society for Arts and Technology [SAT ] in Montreal, Agence TOPO launches a body of four web art projects exploring the thematic of the geographic web. Nowadays, popular cartographic and earth visualization tools have become an increasingly tangible component of how we experience the web. Moreover, the use […]

  • 05.23.2010

    Symphony #2 for dot matrix printers

    [The User] is opening the 11th edition of the Mutek festival in Montréal with a rare performance of the Symphony #2 for dot matrix printers. Wednesday 2 June 2010, 8 pm Monument national, Salle Ludger-Duvernay 1182 St-Laurent The Symphony for dot matrix printers transforms obsolete office technology into an instrument for musical performance. Fifteen vintage […]

  • 05.20.2010

    Whose Map is it? new mapping by artists

    Nine contemporary international artists question the underlying structures and hierarchies that inform traditional mapmaking. They provide individual insights that inscribe new, often omitted perspectives onto the map. Film, installation, print and audio are used to challenge the authority of the map and explore wider social and political issues. Whose Map is it? includes three new […]