Museum of Vancouver, Canada
Crow Panel is included in LIVELY OBJECTS – an exhibition curated by Caroline Langill and Lizzy Meuller opening in conjunction with ISEA2015. The interactive installation is featured as an opening night event. In the exhibition over its duration into October is a special, site-specific install of Judith Doyle’s 2010 artwork Phantom House.
ISEA2015’s theme of DISRUPTION invites a conversation about the aesthetics of change, renewal, and game-changing paradigms. Within the DISRUPTION theme, ISEA aims to broaden the spheres in which disruptive aesthetics can be explored, crossing into the worlds of science, technology, design, visual art, contemporary and media art, innovation, performance, and sound.
Quetico Park is an internationally renowned area of pristine wilderness. During her Artist Residency at Quetico, Judith Doyle conducts a workshop exploring gesture, film and motion capture with dancer Cody Ottertail Berry (see video).
Differing Abilities is a stimulating, games-based project that will be work shopped at Transitio MX2015, a festival of new media and video to take place in Mexico City in September, 2015.