Transfixing Bodies

Poster with text and image of nightsky in the background
Thursday, February 16, 2017 - 1:00pm to Sunday, February 19, 2017 - 7:00pm

Transfixing Bodies

The exhibition is part of the Criticism & Curatorial Practice thesis project, curated by Irina Tomshinsky.

The show includes works by Faculty members: Catherine Heard and Francis LeBouthillier as well as Alumni and 2014 Sculpture/Installation Medal Winner: Alexandra Beriault

February 14th - 19th

Reception:  February 16th, 5:00-7:00 pm

Meet the Curator:  February 18th, 4:00 - 6:00 pm

Venue & Address: 
Anniversary Gallery OCAD University 100 McCaul St.

Francis LeBouthillier, Faculty of Art, presents Making Digital Matter: From Analog to Digital & Back Again

Francis LeBouthillier, image of fetal skeleton in hands_research related work
Tuesday, November 29, 2016 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm

Francis LeBouthillier, Faculty of Art, Making Digital Matter:  From Analog to Digital & Back Again

This presentation will include new developments from Francis’ Making Digital Matter Surgical Training Fetus Project. This project involved the development of a series of fetal models that were created directly from MR and CT scans employing the technologies of 3D printing. Francis will also present a series of fetal and maternal models used to simulate fetal anomalies to provide surgical training for a group of international surgeons at the recent Fetal Growth Conference hosted by Mount Sinai and the University of Toronto. This body of work represents the culmination of over 16 years of research, development and collaboration with fetal surgeons and researchers.

Coffee and light snacks will be served.

Venue & Address: 
100 McCaul, Room 187
Cost: 
Free
Faculty Talk
About Francis

Phantom of the Operating Room: Developing Surgical Phantoms from Traditional Sculpture Techniques

Tuesday, October 29, 2013 - 7:00pm

Presentation by Associate Professor Francis LeBouthillier

This presenation by OCAD U Associate Professor, Francis Lebouthilier, will be videoconferenced to Credit Valley Hospital, Lakeridge Health, Royal Victoria Hospital, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and the Southlake Regional Health Centre.

 

Free

 

Venue & Address: 
Room 7-605, Princes Margaret Cancer Centre 610 University Avenue Toronto, Ontario

Faculty Sabbatical Presentations: Francis LeBouthillier & b.h. Yael

 Faculty Sabbatical Presentations: Francis LeBouthillier & b.h. Yael
Thursday, November 21, 2013 - 5:00pm

Presented by the Faculty of Art

Associate Professor Francis LeBouthillier is a multi-disciplinary artist and researcher who uses traditional approaches to figurative sculpture along with new technologies to build training devices for the medical industry. Since 1989, Francis has been a Professor at OCAD University. He chaired the Sculpture/Installation Program from 2007 to 2012. His research work was selected by the Ontario Council of University’s to be included in their province wide Research Matters Campaign. LeBouthillier’s sabbatical presentation will include his exploration in developing highly accurate fetal models that have been created from MR, CT scans and 3D printing. LeBouthillier will also present new installation works produced during his sabbatical.

b.h. Yael is a Toronto based video and installation artist. She is Professor of Integrated Media at the OCAD University. Yael’s work has exhibited nationally and internationally and has shown in various settings, from festivals to galleries to community and activist groups and various educational venues. Her work has been purchased by many universities and she is a recipient of numerous arts grants including the Chalmers Fellowship award.

Yael's work has dealt with the many intersections of identity; it has focused on activist initiatives in Palestine/Israel; and more recently addressed apocalypse and environmental issues. Works include: Fresh Blood, A Consideration of Belonging; In the Middle of the Street; Palestine Trilogy; and Trading the Future, which won the ‘Audience Award’ at the Ecofilms festival in Rhodes, Greece.

 

Free

 

Venue & Address: 
Rm 544 100 McCaul St. Toronto, Ontario