TOPO’s showcase, the Vitrine, located on the ground floor of the Pôle de Gaspé, presents media installations on a regular basis.

[Regards] et jeux dans les Îles de la (pensée mécanique) – Maxime Boisvert and sans – May 5 to June 19, 2016

  Installation en vitrine 5445, avenue de Gaspé / rez-de-chaussée  Du 5 mai au 19 juin 2016  Vernissage Jeudi 5 mai, 2016 – 17 h   Dès le 5 mai 2016, dans sa vitrine d’exposition du Pôle de Gaspé, TOPO présente [Regards] et jeux dans les Îles de la (pensée mécanique), des artistes Maxime Boisvert Read more »

Translational Spaces by Santiago Tavera – March 31 to April 30, 2016

The project and the book 5445 de Gaspé Ave. / ground floor March 31 to April 30, 2016 Opening and book launch Thursday, March 31, 2016 – 5  PM Artist talk – 6 PM

Une curieuse vitrine – Joseph Lefèvre (Montréal) – February 27th – March 26th 2016

Une curieuse vitrine Sorry, this entry is only available in FRENCH.

Vidéo Pistoletto – Oli Sorenson – January 23th to February 20th, 2016.

Vidéo Pistoletto Oli Sorenson Window Display Installation and Performances 5445 de Gaspé Ave. / Ground Floor January 23th to February 20th, 2016 From January 23th to Fabruary 20th, 2016, Agence TOPO presents the installation and the performances Vidéo Pistoletto by Montreal-based American artist Oli Sorenson.

METAFIVE – Steve Heimbecker – December 12th 2015 – January 16th 2016

METAFIVE     Since 2008, Heimbecker has written nearly 2000 cards comprised of word plays, puns and neologisms pertaining to daily events and the changing paradigms of artistic life. METAFIVE (2015) following the concert performance RIPALIPER earlier this year for Spoken Screen, proposes to remix the most recent of these statements into a ongoing audio Read more »

make-A-move – Pat Badani – November 5th to December 5th 2015

make-A-move Pat BadaniWindow Display Installation 5445 de Gaspé Ave. / Ground floor Opening Thursday, November 5, 2015 – 4 PM Artist Talk Saturday, November 7, 2015 – 3 PM From November 5th to December 5th, Agence TOPO presents the interactive installation make-A-move by Chicago-based Canadian artist Pat Badani. This installation, involving two encased flat screens, Read more »