assemblage, collage, installations, tablet/AR/VR/audio interactive, architecture, physical & virtual


Matthew Talbot-Kelly (Ireland/Canada) is a mixed media artist, filmmaker and architect based in the Pacific Northwest. His art practices comprise works in both physical (mixed media, collage, assemblage, installations) and digital time-based (film, animation, interactive, sound, VR and AR, loops, installation/environment) realms.


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Recently exhibited physical/digital/interactive works The (n)Atrocity Exhibition – a house crash for the rest of us, (BAF Gallery, Vancouver, 2017) Circling Towards a Possible Present, (Sunnycrest Mall, Sunshine Coast, BC, 2017), an itinerary of irreducible evocations (Dada Lives! A Centennial Celebration Curated Group Show, Blue Ash Gallery, Ohio, USA, 2016), in Kamera / ‘After The Gold Rush’ / Venetian retirement station of a fictitious New York cabbie, Teatro di Villa Groggia, Cannaregio, (Venice, Italy, 2015), Blow 24 fps (Gibsons Public Art Gallery, Canada, 2015), junk instrument III and blackpool/dublin (Foot of Main Gallery, Vancouver, 2015), falling:catching (Krtashreya Aurodhan Gallery Garden, Pondicherry, India, 2014), In Medias Res Too (Artika Gallery, Pondicherry, India, 2014) and In Medias Res (Gibsons Public Art Gallery, Gibsons, Canada, 2013). Recent digital works include an interactive VR installation, articulated subtext, (Seaside Centre for the Arts, Canada, 2016), and 3d gestural paint loops, 3d graffiti loops (Sechelt Arts, Canada, 2014). His digital & analog hybrid experimental 3d collage films Blind Man’s Eye (2007), and The Trembling Veil of Bones (2010) have screened around the world including the Venice Biennale Film Festival, London International Animation Festival, Telluride Film Festival, Anima Brussels Animated Film Festival, Jaiper International Festival of Short Films on Culture, Cork International Film Festival, and the Ottawa International Animation Festival.

In addition to his own digital media creations, he is self taught at his “trade” in visual effects and animation. Working variously from Dublin, Vancouver, Mumbai, London, Montreal, he has made key contributions to many feature film and event television productions. These productions have been nominated and/or won multiple Academy, Emmy, Gemini and Leo Awards. (imdb link)

He is the publisher and creator of five interactive, multi-lingual animated storytelling iPad apps, and five audio ebooks (Moving Tales Inc, 2010 – present). He received an analog Bachelor of Architecture in 1990, while becoming an early explorer of digital technologies, working as “digital hands” for exhibition, set and graphic designers, artists and architects and exploring cd-rom and multimedia technology (Toronto, 1983-1995).




P.O. Box 1132, Gibsons, BC, V0N 1V0