The folks at Interaccess wanted me to extend this invitation to the class.
Dear friends of InterAccess –
Come celebrate with us!
We have had a big, exciting year in 2005 at InterAccess. Much has changed for us, but one thing remains the same: the endless support and commitment from you, our friends and supporters.
On Friday, December [...]
Car Navigation Map Overlaid on Reality
By Tracy Staedter, Discovery News
Maybe this is the future of cinema.
Here is the official baby announcement… wish i could gallery hop with you tomorrow, but it will be too chilly and too hard to arrange. i do plan to see you all december 1st.
DEPARTMENT OF FINE ART
Colloquium on Visual Culture
Art Historian University of Bristol, UK
as part of the 2005-2006 series
5pm Thursday November 24
Location: Room 205 Claude Bissell Building 140 St. George Street, Toronto
As discussed last class, we will meet downtown at InterAccess for some cultural enrichment. Interaccess is located at 9 Ossington (corner of Queen). Then we will wander over to 254 Niagara to the Pari Nadimi Gallery for another Rokeby show. We will then convene at Gypsy Co-op (or some other location in the area) [...]
CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU ON THIS MAJOR PRODUCTION! WE WISH YOU ALL THE BEST AND WELCOME OUR NEW CLASSMATE–
FUTURE CINEMAS GANG
Time and Place
October 19 to December 31, 2005
Opening reception Wednesday, October 19, 5-8 pm
Pari Nadimi Gallery
254 Niagara Street
Toronto, ON M6J 2L8 Canada
gallery hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11-5 pm
Pari Nadimi Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition by internationally acclaimed artist David Rokeby .
Time is one of artist David Rokeby s primary materials. Time [...]
Exhibitions » Current
THIS MUST BE THE PLACE
Canadian new media artists celebrating InterAccess’s grand re-opening
September 16 – November 7, 2005
Opening Thursday September 15 at 8 pm
Vera Frenkel, David Rokeby, Nell Tenhaaf and Norman White
Curated by Dana Samuel
InterAccess has been home to new media art and artists for nearly 25 years. This exhibition brings together important new [...]
I think JB may soon need some Prozac.
November 20, 2005
Questions for Jean Baudrillard
Interview by DEBORAH SOLOMON
Q: As one of France’s most celebrated philosophers, can you give us any
insight into the civil discontent that is pitting a generation of young
people against the rest of the country?
It will get worse and worse and worse. For [...]