VOX’s all-new children’s exhibition invites young visitors to cast a critical eye on our consumer society and its environmental impacts. Starting in November.
In September 1976 video artists Colin Campbell and Lisa Steele packed a Volkswagen station wagon full of equipment and clothes and left Toronto for Southern California…
Exploring issues around Indigenous land, language, and mythologies, this program features five short experimental documentary films made by Sky Hopinka…
Danses kaléidoscopiques revisits—not without a dose of humour— the historical link uniting the visual and the performing arts. New dates to be announced.
Following the presentation of Glimmer on September 3rd in our exhibition space, the artists and VOX are pleased to share a digital version of this event. For this original performance, musician Sophie Trudeau and video artist Michaela Grill partnered to create a specific work that blends sound experimentations with archival documentary and scientific films from the 1920s.
Read Marie J. Jean’s essay which delves deeper into the reflection on the process of visualization of music and musicalization of images.
VOX’s youth exhibition continues its coast-to-coast Canadian tour in Yukon at ODD Gallery, in Dawson City, till February 26.
This book examines the particular relationship that Tousignant established between his art practice and that of the exhibition. It seeks to contextualize significant works at the time of their public viewing, while providing an in-depth study of the history of exhibitions in Canada.
This publication documents every step in the production of this undertaking—a process that took three years—and includes the artist’s correspondence, the geodesic calculations, and images of the various participating sites.
Our new book, with essays by Marie J. Jean, Robert Graham and Zoë Tousignant, contextualizes this major project in the artist’s practice, notably his Land Art projects, in a journey from local to global.
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