Archive for the ‘exhibitions’ Category

  • 05.03.2010

    Tracing Mobility: Cartography + Migration in Networked Space

    Nottingham, UK : May 14th, 2010 Trampoline will present the first in a new series of platform events, called Territorial Play. This event will launch the Tracing Mobility programme and seeks to illustrate and annotate the critical debate of the Tracing Mobility Symposia by presenting a day long event of performances, screenings, live music, pervasive […]

  • 04.23.2010

    STATUS UPDATE

    Image Credit: Cheryl Sourkes, BRB (Be Right Back), 2010. Courtesy of the artist. Status Update Curated by Shauna Thompson Annie Onyi Cheung, Melanie Lowe, Robert Lendrum and Matthew Williamson, Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins, Cheryl Sourkes Doris McCarthy Gallery University of Toronto Scarborough April 28 – May 19, 2010 Opening: Wednesday April 28, 6 to […]

  • 04.22.2010

    ARTIFICIAL SELECTION

    516 ARTS announces Artificial Selection, a group exhibition bringing together art, science, myth and technology. It examines contemporary artists’ responses to the processes of adaptation, mutation and survival when the natural order distinguishing species or machine becomes less distinct.

  • 04.13.2010

    How to build a fake Google Street View Car

    Shortlisted for 2010 Futurity Now Transmediale 2010, F.A.T. (Free Art & Technology) Lab replicated a Google Street View and published the DIY kit on “How to build a fake Google Street View Car” in 8 easy steps, from renting the correct car to buying the right materials (wooden boards, cardboards, glue), building the camera octagon […]

  • 04.12.2010

    David Jhave Johnston: Interstitial

    OBORO 4001, rue Berri, local 301 Montréal April 24 – May 29, 2010 Interstitial is a film about transformations that is constructed with code in real-time. It is made from 360 video files, 85 audio files and 445 shuffled poetic phrases which are remixed ceaselessly into an endless combinatorial triptych . It is both an […]

  • 04.11.2010

    Isabelle Hayeur: Looking Backstage

    Pierre-François Ouellette Art Contemporain 10 April – 29 May, 2010 Montreal Isabelle Hayeur brings together photographs from the series Dé-peindre Québec created in Québec City for the show 06 ÉMISSAIRES, Québec réinventée par la photographie actuelle, (centre VU, 2008) and Formes de monuments, a project of Vox centre de l’image contemporaine made during an exchange […]

  • 04.08.2010

    In-Site Toronto

    In-Site Toronto is a series of six new art commissions that are available to the public through the free community wifi network operated by Wireless Toronto, the Greater Toronto Area community wireless internet network. Artists Jeremy Bailey, Brian Joseph Davis, Dave Dyment, Willy Le Maitre, Fedora Romita, and Swintak have created new artworks that will […]

  • 04.05.2010

    Truth or Fiction

    The group exhibition TRUTH or FICTION? brings together various sorts of contemporary art by five contributing artists: Doug Buis, Rodney Graham, Kent Monkman, Carol Sawyer and Camille Turner. The gathered art works share certain attributes: they refer to history and historical narratives, past, present and future; they include historical figures, but also little known, dubious […]

  • 03.31.2010

    In-Site Toronto Launch

    Produced by Year Zero One and curated by Michelle Kasprzak, In-Site Toronto is a series of newly commissioned work presented on the portal pages of several wireless internet hotspots in the Wireless Toronto network. Artists Dave Dyment, Swintak, Jeremy Bailey, Fedora Romita, Willy Le Maitre and Brian Joseph Davis have created works that will be […]

  • 03.30.2010

    ecoartspace: What Matters Most?

    ecoartspace invites you to participate in our first NYC benefit exhibition titled What Matters Most? The show and benefit party will be hosted by Exit Art in NYC from April 15 – 28th, 2010. Participating artists have the option of creating an original artwork related to the blog entry of their choice or donating an […]