Visual Voice Gallery presents contemporary art exhibitions which create a connection between art and science.
Our aim is to disrupt the artificial separation between the arts and the sciences to stimulate curiosity, exploration, and a search for truth and beauty.
Our exhibitions, lectures, workshops, residencies, and collaborative research projects are designed to inspire, spark discussion, and foster a profound appreciation for the natural world.
Established in 2007, Visual Voice Gallery initially served as a launching pad for young talent. In its early history the gallery was a curated rental space where emerging artists could advance their careers and mid-career artists could take their work into a new direction. In 2012 the gallery started to represent a small number of mid-career artists from Canada, Germany, and Mexico.
Over the span of seven years Visual Voice Gallery hosted art exhibitions as well as contemporary dance performances, musical gigs from harp to punk rock, art history lectures, workshops, as well as a film festival.
In fall 2014 the gallery changed its mandate to focus on presenting exhibitions which fuse art and science.
Follow this link to browse through our old website and view our archive of exhibitions.
Bettina Forget owns and runs Visual Voice Gallery. Born in Germany, she has studied at Central St-Martins School of Art in London, England and at Curtin University in Perth, Australia and Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in Singapore. Bettina is the Art/Science Researcher of the SETI Institute, serves on the board of the English Language Arts Network (ELAN) as President and Visual Arts Representative, and is the Editor and Producer of the Belgo Report. She previously served as Director of Exhibitions of the International Association of Astronomical Artists (IAAA) and President of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (RASC), Montreal Centre. She is also a visual artist whose work creates a link between art and astronomy. Bettina has exhibited in the USA, Canada, Germany, Iceland, Singapore, and Nicaragua.