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

by Archives January 24, 2001
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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