Small Acts of Great Significance by Teresa Dillon
Are you a dancer (any style), male and over 60? Would you like to take part in a short dance piece? Or maybe you have never danced before but would like to try?
Even Out The Pressure by Agnes Nedregård
A visual image, one performer, pressure from the inside, pressure from the outside. One or several actions, the audience is invited, what are you carrying?
Ranchero by Jamie McMurry
With Ranchero McMurry continues to share this language of one’s history through performative acts but instead of having the viewers pass through the work, the work will pass through the viewer.
Pneumatic Vision: Cut by Helge Meyer
This new performance work of Helge Meyer deals with the idea of breathing as a visible sign of being alive.
International Visiting Artists: Singapore
Survey from Singapore, with works by Amanda Heng, Kai Lam and Lee Wen.
International Visiting Artists: Argentina
Gabriela Alonso and Nelda Ramos (Quilmes, Argentina) present live solo performances, a screening of performances/videos compiled by Zonadearte Gallery in Quilma, plus a Q&A.
Co-presented by Hamilton Artists Inc., aluCine and FADO Performance Art Centre.
Feast and/or Famine by Lori Blondeau
The artist creates an image of the hard at work Indian Princess/ Squaw, preparing the fire and gathering place, juxtaposed with a modern day feast (the BBQ) that brims over with plenty but feeds no one at the gathering.
The History of Performance Art in 20 Minutes by Guillaume Désanges
The performance-lecture aims to divide the history of performance into ten gestures, all enacted and subjectively discussed.
DONE NODE by Alastair MacLennan
“Art is the demonstrated wish and will to resolve conflict through action, be it spiritual, religious, political, personal, social or cultural. To heal is to make whole.”