Past Exhibitions

Jean-Pierre Gauthier

Jean-Pierre Gauthier

Stochastic Generator & Asservissements - Solo Exhibition

June 10 to July 31, 2021

PLAY the ‘Stochastic Generator’, an interactive musical installation created by Montreal artist Jean-Pierre Gauthier. Using foot pedals and movement detectors, the ‘Stochastic Generator’ responds to your input. As the name implies, a stochastic process means you can’t predict what is going to happen next in the sound compositions initiated by you.

 

Exhibition co-presented by OBORO. May 29 to June 19, 2021 (Asservissements) at OBORO and June 9 to July 31, 2021 (Stochastic Generator) at ELLEPHANT.

 

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Museum of Other Realities (MOR)

Museum of Other Realities (MOR)

Samuel Arsenault-Brassard / MOR - VR Program

June 10 to July 31, 2021

TRAVEL through the ‘Museum of Other Realities‘ (MOR), a virtual reality experience accessed via a VR headset and controllers. In this museum you can not only touch all the artworks, you can even walk right through them. MOR architecture created by Samuel Arsenault-Brassard. The MOR collection includes forty-eight separate artworks by forty-four VR artists.

 

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Jenn E Norton

Jenn E Norton

The Perennials - Augmented Reality Program

June 10 to July 31, 2021

SEE plants, flowers and fungi interact in surprising ways in Jenn E Norton’s augmented reality series ‘The Perennials’. Irises gossip, roses embrace, daisies relax and fungi hang out in four entertaining anthropomorphic animations exposing the usually unseen and unheard communications that secretly take place all around us in the natural world.

 

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Immersive Summer Art Exhibition

Immersive Summer Art Exhibition

Jean-Pierre Gauthier: Interactive Musical Installation | Jenn E Norton: Augmented Reality | Samuel Arsenault-Brassard / MOR: Virtual Reality

June 10 to July 31, 2021

ELLEPHANT Presents an Immersive Summer Art Exhibition Guaranteed to Reawaken your Covid-Numbed Senses and Disperse All Covid-Induced Blues.

 

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Elisabeth Picard

Elisabeth Picard

Hylozoïsme - Solo Exhibition

April 28 to May 29, 2021

The common thread of Elisabeth Picard’s Hylozoism series is the contemplation of both lines and knots unfolding in space. Fascinated by the processes of growth and transformation found in the living world, Elisabeth Picard focuses on two types of creation in this series: fixed sculptural compositions in space and kinetic compositions with movement generated by motors. She ingeniously exploits techniques used to fabricate textiles, basketry, knots and dyeing processes, to create her unique world out of various materials including zip-ties, rope, and bronze.

 

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