Sylvia Grace Borda - Field Studies Residency
Field Studies artist in residence Sylvia Grace Borda worked throughout the summer doing visual research on south of the Fraser agriculture, preparing for her presentations in the Figuring Ground exhibition in the Gallery and the Aerial Fields exhibition on Surrey Urban Screen.
Ruth Scheuing: Silkroads
Ruth Scheuing's residency and exhibition project Silkroads examined the myths and metaphors of the Silk Road. Working with digital maps and images, ancient textile patterns, and a programmable jacquard loom, Scheuing created intricately designed woven blankets. Visitors were invited to drop by and converse with the artist.
Read more about this TechLab Exhibitions-Past project.
This London-based Canadian artist created the site-specific sound installation wireframe during his residency. Read more about this TechLab Exhibitions-Past project.
View more about John Wynne's Projects.
2008 - 2009
Glocal: your world in motion
The TechLab was transformed into an artist's production studio for the development of this interactive, digital public art project, led by the artist team of M. Simon Levin, Jer Thorp and Sylvia Grace Borda.
Over the course of the year, the team developed educational workshops and toolkits to enable the presentation of thousands of digital artworks created by Surrey youth and contributions from participants from around the world. Glocal was one of the Cultural Capitals of Canada initiatives.
For the duration of her exhibition Imaginal Expression, Reva Stone used the TechLab as a studio space as she continued to develop her project exploring a form of artificial intelligence.
Exchange combines voice and face recognition software, video capture and graphics to create a work that appears to have sentience. Visitors were invited to drop by and converse with the artist.
During summer 2005, the TechLab was used as a studio by a collaborative team of youth and digital artists to create REMIXX.
See more in the 2005 past exhibitions.
During her Sound Drawing exhibit, the artist used the TechLab to continue research and development of her electronic light drawing project.
GPS technology, digital video and audio.
Telerobotics technology research, supported by the Canada Council New Media Residency program.
Digital video sampling technology research, supported by the Canada Council New Media Residency program.
Paul Williams: Untold Tales! Virtually Reality!
A web-based project which explored the relationship between analog and digital worlds.