Performance Voyage 5

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Artists’ Association MUU and Trinity Square Video present:
PERFORMANCE VOYAGE 5 – November 11, 2015, 6:30 pm

PERFORMANCE VOYAGE 5, a series of international video performances on the theme “Domestic”, showcases video performances by 13 artists and collectives. The PV5 compilation was made from among work submitted in response to an open international call for artists. The theme of the 2015 compilation is “Domestic”, ...

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Geronimo Inutiq – ARCTICNOISE

October 3 – November 7, 2015

ARCTICNOISE
Curated by Britt Gallpen and Yasmin Nurming-Por

Presented by Trinity Square Video and imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival


Opening Reception: Saturday October 3, 6:51PM – Midnight as part of Nuit Blanche

Festival Reception: Friday October 16, 6:00 – 8:00pm

Artist + Curator Talk: Friday October 16, 7:00pm as part of the Art Crawl


In his first immersive new media installation, artist Geronimo Inutiq (popularly known as dj ...

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Isabell Spengler at Festival du Nouveau Cinema

Two Days at the Falls

 

Trinity Square Video is proud to support the presentation of Isabell Spengler’s Two Days at the Falls at the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma in Montréal. Produced and premiered at Trinity Square Video during the 2015 Images Festival, Two Days at the Falls portrays two panoramas of iconic Niagara Falls: one filmed on location in March 2015; the other filmed in a ...

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José A Mora – AND YOU MOVE

September 25 – October 18, 2015

Presented at Vidéographe, Montréal
Viewable dusk till midnight daily.


AND YOU MOVE is a residential storefront display that preoccupies itself by daydreaming about modernist alienation and malaise. For Vidéographe’s unique exhibition space in a commonplace residential window, José Andres Mora has fabricated an LED sign with scrolling text programmed to communicate with the outside world. Residential storefront signs ...

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Peripheral Fixation

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August 19 – September 26, 2015

Opening Reception: Wednesday, August 19, 7–9 PM

Artists: John Boyle Singfield (Montreal), Serena Lee (Toronto), Jenn E Norton (Guelph), Zeesy Powers (Toronto), Soft Turns (Sarah Jane Gorlitz and Wojciech Olejnik (Toronto)), Jessica Vallentin (Toronto), Daniel Waldman (Maple, ON), Tobias Williams (Toronto)

For our final exhibition in Suite #376 at 401 Richmond, Trinity Square Video is excited to ...

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Artist in Residence: Karilynn Ming Ho

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Trinity Square Video would like to welcome Karilynn Ming Ho for a production residency at Trinity Square Video. She will be working on a new work that explores the phantoms that linger and haunt our collective memory; from phantom limbs & phantom pain, to unrequited love, self-help, simulations and reflections, missing airliner MH370 and the slow dismantling of the political left. Ming Ho’s work has previously been shown at Trinity in this ...

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Love After Materialism_2 at l’Etna in Paris

 

l’Etna, 71 rue Robespierre, 93100 Montreuil — 7PM July 11, 2015

Video by: Jeremy Bailey and Kristen Schaffer, Jennifer Chan, Karilynn Ming Ho, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Heather Phillipson, and Jon Rafman

Expanded for a special Paris presentation with Collectif Jeune Cinéma, Love After Materialism_2 is a screening of contemporary video art that arouses contemplation of love, longing, and desire after the virtualization of social relations. Jeremy ...

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Love After Materialism at the University of Silesia

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University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland — 10AM July 3, 2015

Video by: Cécile B. Evans, Karilynn Ming Ho, Jaakko Pallasvuo, and Heather Phillipson

As part of the Materiality of Love Conference at the Institute of English Cultures and Literatures in the University of Silesia, Poland, John G. Hampton will be presenting a screening of Love After Materialism.
Love After Materialism is a ...

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Technologies of Perception Themed Commission Residency

Trinity Square Video would like to welcome eight artists in residence working throughout the summer for the 2015 themed commission: Technologies of Perception. This year’s theme asked artists to produce new work that investigates the entanglement of perception, materiality, and technology.

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John Boyle-Singfield

John Boyle-Singfield is a Canadian born artist based in Montreal. His work primarily manifests a society in which the effects of technology and ...

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Summer Student Residencies: Alvin Luong and Maya Ben David

Trinity Square Video would like to welcome our 2015 Summer Student Artists in Residence. Selected by a jury of Media Arts Professionals at this years Video Fever juried student video screening and exhibition, Maya Ben David and Alvin Luong have demonstrated exceptional promise as emergine new media artists and Trinity Square Video is proud to support them in the creation of two new works.

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SHOWINGS: Towards Making Regalia of the Future

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Towards Making Regalia of the Future
June 23, 2015, at 6:30PM
with Skawennati

Weaving recovered pasts, material presents, and digital futures Skawennati asks, “What do we keep?”

In Episode 04 of Skawennati’s machinima series, TimeTraveller(2008-2013), the female protagonist, Karahkwenhawi, a Mohawk, is transported to a pow wow in the year 2112. There she is offered a glimpse into the style and ...

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A Good Idea Will Turn into a Bad One

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An exhibition featuring videos by Gary Kibbins and Corinna Schnitt
Curated by Ivana Dizdar

Curated by Trinity Square Video’s Curatorial Intern, A Good Idea Will Turn into a Bad One considers systemic changes and value shifts, and takes up the question: how does something good become something bad?

Closing reception: Saturday, June 20 at 7:00 PM
Exhibition runs Tuesday, June 16 until Saturday, June 20

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SHOWINGS: What can a Vocaloid do?

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What can a Vocaloid do?
June 12, 2015, at 6:30PM
Erin Gee
Sandra Annett

“There is a tension between the Body without Organs and the structure of organization or stratification it is embedded in, a tension which can itself be made productive.”

This idea is musical.

– Erin Gee quoting Sandra Annett

For this edition of SHOWINGS, artist Erin Gee ...

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Soft Openings – a Science Fiction video production workshop with Oliver Husain

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Saturday May 30–Sunday May 31, 2015
10am-6pm
Introductory meeting: Tuesday May 26, 6:30pm
$100 / $75 members

Focusing on ideas of portal openings and teleportation in Science Fiction films and literature, participants will create, direct and edit short video sequences. Starting with looking at the city scape through the extra-terrestrial lens, use of special effects for this workshop is encouraged. An introductory meeting will include clips from Science Fiction films and stories as technical, ...

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Spring Forward – Open Screening

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May 26th – 7pm

Ready to spring forward? Get out of your house and into Trinity Square Video! Show us your old stuff, your new stuff or just tell us about what you’re working on.

This is an non-juried screening/program. First come, first served!

*No membership required*

*Food and refreshments provided*

Show us or Tell us about…
-any work new or old or in-progress
-show complete work or excerpts
-ten minutes ...

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Testing Grounds

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Testing Grounds was a non-juried initiative for Trinity Square Video Producing Members. This unique opportunity gave artists and curators access to one of Trinity’s two gallery spaces at no cost for one full week to use as a space for experimentation and research. Selections were made based our capacity to meet the technical and scheduling requests.

Organized by Rachelle Walker ...

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SHOWINGS: SciFi Research Series – April events

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SHOWINGS is a series of material-discursive events where invited artists, filmmakers, science fiction writers, and future-casters reconfigure our relationships to technologies through a science fiction lens. Inspired by the practices of sci-fi feminisms, afrofuturist storytelling, and science and technology studies, the series experiments with human and posthuman approaches to an ethics of encounter that open up collective knowledges entangled in the past, present and ...

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Dance of Communal Inquiry

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Dance of Communal Inquiry
Workshop by Onyeka Igwe
Location: 8-Eleven, 233 Spadina Ave.
Date: April 22, 2015, 8PM

If we were to approach vibe as a technology of communal production, what is its interface? 

In dancing together we construct a vibe. The vibe is “an active communal force, a feeling, a rhythm that is created by the mix of dancers, the balance of ...

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SHOWINGS: Duration of Things

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April 8, 2015, at 6:30PM
Karl Schroeder
Isabell Spengler

Science fiction writer and professional future-caster Karl Schroeder and Berlin based artist Isabell Spengler, will engage with Spengler’s exhibition Two Days at the Falls at Trinity Square Video, and contend with ways we are simultaneously living in pasts and futures through everyday objects, technologies and their lifespans. Devices include Cones of Plausibility, ...

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