Mettachine (Sequence 1) by Louise McKissick
McKissick creates a provocative performance situation by marrying clinical and relaxation biofeedback techniques – including hypnosis – with brainwave interface technology from IBVA Technologies Inc.
Feu de Joie by Randy & Berenicci
Disaster and delight intermingle as the artists frame themselves as miniatures on a puppet stage, endlessly struggling to arrive – or is it to escape?
Open Surgery by Oreet Ashery & Svar Simpson
Open Surgery is interested to act-out a common obsession to know-and-better-oneself, especially in relation to our bodies, our differences, and our sense of identitiy/ies.
SHUT UP is a series of 10 outdoor performances dealing with the themes of incarceration and wrongful imprisonment – literally, the state of being ‘shut up’.
Remembrance Day by Johanna Householder
Describing Remembrance Day as a counter-monument, Householder uses war movies as source material to pose questions about the transferal of cultural values, information and attitudes from generation to generation.
Disclosure by UNDO
UNDO uses minimal electronics to perform intimate sensual live soundscapes. For Disclosure, the performers accent the intimacy of the enclosures of a living space.
Meridian by Marilyn Arsem
In May 2001, I celebrated my 50th birthday, and if I live to be 100, it could be considered my meridian year.
One Stitch at a Time by Devora Neumark
This performance honours intimate spaces as a means of community engagement. It is an invitation to share and explore daily life and issues of the heart through personal storytelling and stitching.
The Addmore Session by Istvan Kantor
Join Istvan Kantor and guest performers as they demonstrate the links between the office and the concert hall, information technology and sexual symbolism, communication and insanity.