Augmented reality is often shared through a geofence, a virtual geographic boundary comprised of GPS co-ordinates. This invisible fence enables software to trigger a response when a device enters or leaves a real-world area. In this exhibition, the geofence becomes a metaphorical framework through which to consider how AR technologies alter the environment, either by making spaces more accessible or by creating new barriers.

At InterAccess, sculptural works trigger interactive and immersive AR experiences. Beyond the gallery’s walls, AR artworks adorn billboards, fences, and railway crossings. Enlivening Toronto’s Davenport neighbourhood with site-specific, virtually activated interventions, the artworks in Geofenced connect viewers to the forgotten histories, contemporary politics, and faraway futures of place.



950 Dupont St. Unit 1, Toronto, ON M6H 1Z2

Front steps & indoors

Dupont/Dovercourt Billboard

950 Dupont St, Toronto, ON M6H 1Z2

Viewable from the parking pad outside InterAccess

Bartlett Parkette

160 Geary Ave, Toronto, ON M6H 2B9

Mounted on skating rink fence

Blood Brothers Brewery

165 Geary Ave, Toronto, ON M6H 2B8

On the west side of the building, just north of the train tracks


September 15 - October 9, 2021

Open Tuesdays - Saturdays, 11am-6pm

No appointment required (Please check our visitor guidelines prior to your visit. Our visitor policy remains responsive to the active COVID-19 situation and may change from time to time.)


Curator Tour

Wednesday, September 15 | 5–6 PM

Online via Instagram Live (@interaccessto)

FREE (no registration required)


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