Photographic documentation from David Orcutt’s experimental projected image performance/workshop at Intermedia entitled The Theory and Practice of Intermedia. The University of British Columbia sponsored the workshop. David Orcutt was Intermedia's 'project coordinator' at the time of the performance.
Prisma is a multi-media installation by Gary Lee Nova and Michael Morris. Prisma was commissioned by the Vancouver Art Gallery and was exhibited at the gallery's Intermedia Nights exhibition. The installation consisted of a large seven-sided mirrored chamber with accompanying sound and light effects.
Montreal filmmaker Werner Aellen is welcomed as Intermedia's first by Gerry Gilbert, Dennis Vance, Victor Coleman and Terry Masichuck.
Al Neil performs during a 1968 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation national television special.
Intermedia Room, was an interactive photo and sound based installation by Michael de Courcy and Dennis Vance. The installation consisted of (pictured here) 14 large scale free standing photographic portraits of Intermedia members. These portraits were arranged in custom built room, and as a viewer went through the room various audio clips of conversations between Intermedia members would be activated. Room was exhibited at the Electrical Connection exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Gathie Falk performing Some are Egger than I for the first time at the New Era Social Club.
Intermedia was invited to produce site specific audio/visual installations at the Seaforth Armory for Pierre Trudeau's 1969 Liberal Party Fundraiser. During the fundraiser a demonstration took place in front of the Seaforth Armory protesting the Canadian governments' complicity in the Vietnam War. The demonstration, pictured here, ended in a near riot. Artist Joan Payne, who was observing the protest at the time, took these photos.
The mushroom festival was an event that centered on raising the roof of Mick Henry's new ceramic studio in Robert's Creek. Intermedia members harvested wild mushrooms and prepared a communal meal. The ceramics studio was on a communal piece of rural land outside of Vancouver.
Box Work a performance intervention Gary Lee Nova and Bob "Box" Arnold in front of Intermedia's 4th Avenue studios.
Joan Payne and Glenn Lewis during an excursion to the Mapelwood Mudflats. Intermedia members gathered at the Mudflats to prepare for their upcoming exhibition The Dome Show.
Intermedia members construct a Tinker Toy style dome on Kitsilano Beach (Designed by Doug Robinson) in perpetration for the Dome Show exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Intermedia dancers interacting with a "Meccano" style geodesic dome, designed and built by Doug Robinson. The dome was constructed in front of the Vancouver Planetarium in preparation for Intermedia’s exhibition The Dome Show.
This group of photographs chronicles the preperation and installation of Intermedia’s third and final exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery, The Dome Show.
The Domes Show, Intermedia’s third and final exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery featured a project by Michael de Coury entitled Documentation Room where photographic documentation of the exhibition was accumulated and displayed. These Polaroid portraits of Intermedia members were taken during the installation period of the Dome Show.