- July 29, 1997 to August 14, 1997
On July 29th, Reeve will present a lecture exploring the man-nature relationship from the perspective of the visual arts. Whilst Reeve pays respect to an understanding of the historical and social cration of the so-called man-nature understanding of the historical and social creation of the so-called man-nature paradox, indeed of the category 'nature' itself, her main aim in this lecture is to highlight both the pitfalls and potential strengths for contemporary artists taking the natural environment as their subject. The lecture will also include some explanation of Reeve's own methodology in creating performances and static works which explore nature and potential language forms laid in its services.
By Hester Reeve
Category | 140 ProgramsPerformance
- May 29, 1996
The artist religious leaders who are participating in this exhibition of sacrificial art (sacrificial in the sense of gift or offering) are the new wave of human beings who are discovering their own truths. They are not hanging back and waiting for the cogitations and directives of official functionaries.
By Robert Brown
- April 18, 1996
A collaboration of photography and performance documenting a journey of transformation through gender and the shadow. Photography, through darkroom manipulation of multiple images incorporated into a single photograph illustrating the journey with 8 to 10 images printed with liquid light on large format fibre-based paper. Performance, to tell the story through a combination of music-partly pre-recorded and composed by the author and two additional musicians as well as through spoken word, teatre and movement.
By Rosamond Norbury, Star Maris
- Curated by Glenn Alteen
- September 8, 1993 to September 24, 1993
No description available
- September 10, 1992 to September 20, 1992
The First Nations Performance Series was the third annual performance series organized by the grunt gallery. The program featured one evening of cabaret and ten evenings of solo performance, running from September 10th to 20th, 1992. This series featured First Nations artists and was a significant presentation of the diversity and scope of contemporary Native expression in performance.
By Ahasiw Maskegon-Iskwew, Aiyanna Maracle, Annie Frazier, Archer Pechawis, Dana Claxton, Jimmy Sidlar, Lee Maracle, Margo Kane, Marie Humber, Michael Lawrenchuk, Michelle Thrush, Sam Bob, W. Allen Deleary, Zachary Longboy
- Curated by Aiyanna Maracle, Glenn Alteen
- October 30, 1991 to November 30, 1991
No description available