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Performance Week: half-way through, but worth checking out

by Archives January 24, 2001 0 comment
As part of Performance Week at Concordia, the VAV Gallery is in the midst of hosting Exposure until January 27, an exhibition devoted to showcasing performing arts and cross-disciplinary works.
Along with the week-long attractions on-site at the VAV, including video installations Drum & Bass Weight Loss by Gerard Leckey and Waterdreams by Magda Wesolkowska, and the unexpected snooping of Undercover Chicken Spys, co-curators Vanessa Robinson and Beth Stuart have expanded the event beyond Concordia’s borders. Jailhouse Rock will host a special night of Exposure Wednesday night with Taylor Savvy (Kitty-yo records/Berlin), ABC & Sam Hillmer (Newsonic/NYC), and Montreal’s Wade Morissette (see page 9 for more details).

Scheduled at the VAV:

24.01.01 from 1:30 to 4:30 PM:
Artist statement kiosk, by Anna-Louise Crago
25.01.01 from 1:30 to 4:30 PM:
Onions: Peeling & chopping 100 pounds & the opportunity to release emotions by Jen Raso, Janice Tiefenbach, and Marguerite Bromley; artist statement kiosk by Anna-Louise Crago

25.01.01 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM:
VOL. Live improvised soundtrack to film projections by Richard Parry and Sarah Neufeld; Bound Up, a dance solo by Ilona Dougherty.

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