LIVE Biennial of Performance Art 2001

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Larry Krone (with Rodney Graham, Judy Radul, Peter Culley, and Michael Turner), 'A Country & Western Jamboree'
Date:
2001-11-09
Genre:
music
Description:
Larry Krone (b. Chicago, 1970) is based in New York and has been exhibiting drawings, sculptures, installations, and videos since the early 1990s. His work has been shown widely, including at the Whitney Museum of American Art, The New Museum, The Drawing Centre, and the Contemporary Art Museum St...
Jeanne Randolph, 'Syntax errors: Acting out, Play-Doh* and Doubt: a personalized history of performative lecturing'
Date:
2001-10-23
Genre:
lectures
Description:
Jeanne Randolph, a psychoanalyst and writer of highly inventive visual arts criticism will directly address the performative body of the technologically enhanced lecturer in her Syntax errors presentation. Randolph draws upon her research interests evident in articles such as 'Ambiguity and...
Aaron Vidaver, 'Syntax errors: Counter-Interpellation'
Date:
2001-11-06
Genre:
lectures
Description:
Aason Vidaver is a writer and archivist. Drawing upon his archival work for cultural organizations as well as his previous interventions in public space, Vidaver builds a performed lecture addressing judicial selfhood and linguistic dissent. Counter-Interpellation uses a recitation of his report...
Judy Radul, Warren Arcand, Meesoo Lee, Tagny Duff, and Randy Lee Cutler, 're: live Panel'
Date:
2001-11-22
Genre:
discussions (events)
Description:
re: live was a two part event combining a video screening (November 17, 2001) and a subsequent panel discussion, addressing both the historical and contemporary relationship between performance and video art. Performance and video find a common legacy somewhere in the confluence of the Happening...
Margot Leigh Baker, 'Syntax errors: the honey's not far from the sting'
Date:
2001-10-30
Genre:
lectures
Description:
As figures, bees are efficient, industrious, mobile, manageable, and profitable workers; they make honey and pollinate the flora, diligently crossing between GM and non-GM crops and, in the process, they are themselves being modified, contaminated, mutated - and are we? This performance uses an...
Hester Reeve, '2001 a space odyssey - an exploration of truth'
Date:
2001-10-31
Genre:
performance art
Description:
A live durational performance piece carried out in isolation performed by Hester Reeve in England but projected into a prepared location at grunt gallery in Vancouver for LIVE 2001. The projected performance presents the spectator with the virtual artist's body interacting with concrete...
LIVE Biennial of Performance Art 2001 Promotion and Publicity
Date:
2001-10-13-2001-11-30
Description:
This collection contains objects of general relevance to the LIVE Biennial of Performance Art 2001, including promotional materials, listings, and articles.
Robert Ashley and Jacqueline Humbert, 'Empire and Au pair'
Date:
2001-11-16
Genre:
performance art
Description:
Empire is an allegory about the establishment of one of the largest corporations in the world. Au pair explores the often hilarious relationships of adventure-seeking childcare workers from Europe with their affluent American employers. A screening of Robert Ashely's works was shown at Pacific...
David Yonge, 'Yellow Diablo'
Date:
2001-11-02
Genre:
performance art
Description:
This performance is equal parts professional wrestling and sound assault. The costume (as well as some of the theatrics) is a replica of a 1970's Mexican wrestler. The Yellow Diablo appears in costume preparing for a match and wired with 15 microphones. Diablo's opponents are inanimate...
Bryan Mulvihill and World Tea Party, 'Communitea: A Portrait of Tea in the Community'
Date:
2001-11-30
Genre:
performance art
Description:
Communitea features a video-viewing of past tea performances occurring in the development of this piece in at Gallery Gachet in the Downtown Eastside. Bryan Mulvihill will serve tea in this closing performance art event of the LIVE Biennial of Performance Art in Vancouver.
Kerriann Cardinal, 'A Mile in My Moccasins'
Date:
2001-11-28
Genre:
performance art
Description:
A chance for the audience to experience with Cardinal the tender relationship that she had with her grandmother who taught her about her Métis heritage. This performance was presented by grunt gallery.
Victoria Stanton and Vincent Tinguely, 'Impure: Reinventing the Word'
Date:
2001-11-25
Genre:
performance art
Description:
Thundering Word Heard, the weekly spoken word/music fusion open mic series, presented the Vancouver book launch of 'Impure: Reinventing the Word: The Theory, Practice, and Oral History of 'Spoken Word' in Montreal'. Word-sters included Jen Lam, T. Paul Ste. Marie, Kedrick James...

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