InterAccess’s 30th Anniversary MECHA KUCHA – January 16, The Drake Hotel

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InterAccess’s 30th Anniversary MECHA KUCHA


Image: courtesy of Marc Ngui

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Doors 6:30pm; Event 7–10pm
The Drake Hotel Underground – 1150 Queen St W, Toronto
$15 Tickets online at and at the door
Event website:
Limited Edition Print preview here

Join Facebook event page here

January 7, 2014 Toronto – On the occasion of InterAccess’s 30th anniversary, a culmination of concepts, tools and devices that have transformed experimental new media art practices over the last three decades, will be performed in a jam packed, entertaining evening of 3-minute talks by 30 practitioners.

Mutating the popular Pecha Kucha presentation format, InterAccess’s MECHA KUCHA (an onomatopoeia in Japanese, meaning messy, all over the place) aims to mix things up by mingling decades, media, forms, disciplines, pasts and futures.

Be sure to get your tickets early!


Michael Awad

Jeremy Bailey

micha cárdenas

Eric Boyd

Roberta Biuani

David Bobier

Cecily Carver via Dames Making Games

Dug Claxton

Adrienne Crossman via Videofag

Rob Cruickshank

Nina Czegledy & Johanna Householder

skot deeming

Judith Doyle

Robert Hengeveld

Layne Hinton

Marisa Hoicka

Caroline Seck Langill

Amos Latteier

Julieta Maria via e-fagia

Julie Nagam

Paulette Phillips

Geoffrey Shea

Greg J. Smith

Nick Stedman

Camille Turner

Norman White

Farah Yusuf

This is Awesome (Christine Bougie, Joshua Van Tassel & Dafydd Hughes)

Check out our updated line-up of Presenters and a preview of a Limited Edition Print by Marc Ngui on the MECHA KUCHA website:

Don’t miss this special event!


InterAccess’s 30th Anniversary MECHA KUCHA is generously sponsored by The Drake Hotel.

InterAccess is a public gallery, teaching facility, and production studio dedicated to the creative use of technology and new media culture. This year, InterAccess celebrates our 30th anniversary and we look forward to the next 30 years of producing and presenting electronic and digital art.

InterAccess receives operating support from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council, and the Toronto Arts Council, in addition to generous contributions from InterAccess members, donors and partners.

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