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Vernissage: Bee Works

Visual Voice Gallery is delighted to present the works of Outaouais artist Sarah Hatton. Hatton raises awareness of the link between neonicotinoid pesticides and the worldwide decline of bee populations by arranging dead bees in vertigo-inducing mathematical patterns symbolically linked to monoculture crops, such as the Fibonacci spiral found in …

deskriptiv - Kulgen 5

Open Late for Nuit Blanche à Montréal 2015

For the annual Nuit Blanche à Montréal event the gallery will stay open until 11pm. Come and visit the exhibition Generative Methods by Christian Bader and Dominik Kolb (deskriptiv). While you are in the Belgo building, check out the other events hosted by art galleries and dance studios on all …

Deskriptiv Kugel

Vernissage: Generative Methods

Mathematics, art, and computer programming combine in the captivating artworks of the German creative duo Christoph Bader and Dominik Kolb, also known as deskriptiv.PolVam For their exhibition Generative Methods, Bader and Kolb present works on paper from their series Kuglen (Spheres) and Ringe (Rings). The creation of the rings and …

Andy Thomas - Nightingale

Vernissage: Art+Science in Motion Short Film Festival

If “Get fit” and “See more art” are on your New Year’s Resolution list, then make your way to Visual Voice Gallery for its Art+Science in Motion short film festival, in collaboration with Cinema out of the Box!.Гюрза Read press release Vernissage Saturday, January 17, 2015 3:00 pm – 6:00 …

David A. Hardy - Ferry Rocket Space Station

Vernissage: Nostalgia for the Future

We are happy to launch the group show Nostalgia for the Future, our last exhibition for the year 2014. British veteran astronomical artist David A. Hardy, American planetary scientist and artist William K. Hartman, and American photographer Bill Finger team up for an exhibition which looks back at looking forward. …

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Ground Control Vernissage

We are delighted to launch our first art and science exhibition with the photographic works of American artist Bill Finger. Titled Ground Control, this body of work was inspired by a radio show which asked the following question: if you could go on a one-way trip to the planet Mars …