Ambi-valent Objects Exhibition

The Art Gallery Meets The Science Fair

October 5-16, 2009

ambivalentobjects-exhibitionposter2 Over 20 participants came together from Anthropology, Mathematics, Film, Physics & Astronomy, Dance, Environmental Studies, Visual Arts, Ecology, English, Engineering, and Social and Political Thought to create catalytic collaborations — mind-bending artworks, hybrid performances, interactive videos, holographic projections, cosmic ray visualizations and much much more.

Featuring: Melissa Atkinson-Graham, Dunja Baus, Majero Bouman, Jessica Caporusso, Danielle Coghlan, Claire Dalmyn, Nicole Dawson, Emilie Dionne, Zev Farber, Maggie Flynn, Dave Frankovich, Jeffrey Lynn Goldblum, Alex Laverick, Nicholas Loess, Alexis McDougall, Scott Menary, Zita Nyarady, Shalanda Phillips, Elissa Ross, Don Sinclair, Jennie Suddick, Nora Szabo, Dustin Wenzel, Ron Wild, Maxine Wong

Sponsors: U50 Committee, Faculties of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies,  Science & Engineering and Fine Arts; Founders College; Centre for Vision Research Department of Biology; Department of Anthropology; and the META Lab


Between Light and Letter – Dunja Baus, Majero Bouman, and Alex Laverick

Something About Bees – The Centre for Contemporary Cryptozoology: Dave Frankovich, Alexis McDougall, Zita Nyarady, and Nora Szabo

Canadian Visa Offices Abroad: A global in-depth scientific research study – Maggie Flynn, Ron Wild, and Maxine Wong

Brundleware Instructionals Inc. Experiential Video for Aspiring Mad Scientists – Jennie Suddick, Zev Farber, and Jeffrey Lynn Goldblum

Cosmic Ray Visualizer – Scott Menary and Don Sinclair

Mental Fabric – Elissa Ross and Dustin Wenzel

Ek-Stacy – Niki D’Amore  and Emilie Dionne

Composition, Combustion, Equation – Jessica Caporusso, Shalanda Phillips, and Elissa Ross

Knitting Rhizomatics – Claire Dalmyn  and Danielle Coghlan

untitled – Melissa Atkinson-Graham  and Nicholas Loess


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