Judith Doyle: Insistent Trajectories  


Opening: Thursday May 24 7-9 pm.  Insistent Trajectories explores Judith Doyle’s interest in networked life and gesture in relation to artists’ teleculture, where offline and online identities blur and merge.

 
DateThursday, May 24, 2018 - 10:00am to Saturday, July 14, 2018 - 7:00pm

Phone

647-348-0104

Email

info@akashaart.com

Website

www.akashaart.com

Location

Akasha Art Projects 204 D Carlton Street (at Ontario) Toronto, ON

Insistent Trajectories Judith Doyle                                           
 
May 24 - July 14, 2018 / Opening, Thursday May 24 7-9 pm
 
In our ongoing commitment to displaying lens-based artwork, Akasha Art Projects is proud to inaugurate our new space in Cabbagetown with the artwork of Judith Doyle. Insistent Trajectories explores Doyle’s interest in networked life and gesture in relation to artists’ teleculture, where offline and online identities blur and merge. From pre-internet to the contemporary, Doyle incorporates teleculture to produce moving images and installations, often with collaborators, valuing theory, experimentation, and critique. 
 
The images in Insistent Trajectories were obtained using modified depth cameras of ordinary subjects including pedestrians, pigeons in flight, and trees in a wilderness park adjacent to the Lac La Croix First Nation. The vector graphic prints in this survey includes works from 2009 to 2018. 
 
Judith Doyle is an artist and educator, whose research-creation includes both art and scientific communities. She co-directs the Social Media and Collaboration Lab with Dr. David McIntosh, and Research Assistants from OCAD University and globally. In 2012, she received the OCAD University Award for Distinguished Research and Creative Activity. She currently teaches in the Integrated Media and Digital Futures programs, while supervising Master’s Thesis students. 

Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Friday, 10AM - 7 pm

Saturday 10 pm - 6 pm

Mondays by appointment.

Akasha Art Projects inc provides creative solutions to all things art. To learn more, contact us at 647-348-0104 or info@akashaart.com. Visit our website at www.akashaart.com. 



abstract artwork, red trajectory lines on white background
DateThursday, May 24, 2018 - 10:00am to Saturday, July 14, 2018 - 7:00pm

Phone

647-348-0104

Email

info@akashaart.com

Website

www.akashaart.com

Location

Akasha Art Projects 204 D Carlton Street (at Ontario) Toronto, ON

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Thursday, May 24, 2018 - 10:00am to Saturday, July 14, 2018 - 7:00pm

Insistent Trajectories Judith Doyle                                           
 
May 24 - July 14, 2018 / Opening, Thursday May 24 7-9 pm
 
In our ongoing commitment to displaying lens-based artwork, Akasha Art Projects is proud to inaugurate our new space in Cabbagetown with the artwork of Judith Doyle. Insistent Trajectories explores Doyle’s interest in networked life and gesture in relation to artists’ teleculture, where offline and online identities blur and merge. From pre-internet to the contemporary, Doyle incorporates teleculture to produce moving images and installations, often with collaborators, valuing theory, experimentation, and critique. 
 
The images in Insistent Trajectories were obtained using modified depth cameras of ordinary subjects including pedestrians, pigeons in flight, and trees in a wilderness park adjacent to the Lac La Croix First Nation. The vector graphic prints in this survey includes works from 2009 to 2018. 
 
Judith Doyle is an artist and educator, whose research-creation includes both art and scientific communities. She co-directs the Social Media and Collaboration Lab with Dr. David McIntosh, and Research Assistants from OCAD University and globally. In 2012, she received the OCAD University Award for Distinguished Research and Creative Activity. She currently teaches in the Integrated Media and Digital Futures programs, while supervising Master’s Thesis students. 

Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Friday, 10AM - 7 pm

Saturday 10 pm - 6 pm

Mondays by appointment.

Akasha Art Projects inc provides creative solutions to all things art. To learn more, contact us at 647-348-0104 or info@akashaart.com. Visit our website at www.akashaart.com. 

Venue & Address: 
Akasha Art Projects 204 D Carlton Street (at Ontario) Toronto, ON
Website: 
www.akashaart.com
Email: 
info@akashaart.com
Phone: 
647-348-0104
abstract artwork, red trajectory lines on white background
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