International Visiting Artists: Ruth Belinga, Michel Bitimbhe & Serge Olivier Fokoua
Presented in partnership with AXENÉ07 & RIAP, FADO presents the International Visiting Artists series with three artists from Yaoundé, Cameroon.
International Visiting Artists: John Court
John Court’s work often refers to his own days at school, counting (or trying to), reading and drawing. In this site-specific action in the decommissioned St-Louis-de-Gonzague Elementary School, Court utilized wooden stair handrails in this durational performance action.
9Questions, an artist project by Gustaf Broms
For Broms, these nine are the essential questions. The responses collected are as diverse and wide-ranging as the artists and their own approaches, from the practical, to the abstract to the simply far-flung, in addition to some reassuring and surprising overlapping ideas and connections.
Intimate Karaoke, Live at Uterine Concert Hall by Dayna McLeod
“Great acoustics, but shitty seating.”
“Honestly, WHY? Just WHY?”
“The faint sounds of ovarian partying.”
Stay as long as you want!
Sing your favourite karaoke song for Dayna McLeod’s uterus!
Live at Uterine Concert Hall!
Weather to Store by Kristina Guison
Where do you store grandma’s fine china in a tiny rented apartment? Does your sculpture have more value sitting on a plinth in gallery, or on a shelf in storage?
GOOD BUY! by Tanya Mars
Toronto’s hottest performance art pop-up shop is GOOD BUY! Get a piece of Mars!
Eyeblink: Fires with Myung-Sun Kim & Julieta Maria
In this edition of the monthly series Eyeblink, presenting artists, Myung-Sun Kim (performance) and Julieta Maria (video) present works that will explore the intertwined lineages of trauma and survival.
What Tammy Needs To Know about Getting Old And Having Sex by Lois Weaver
What Tammy Needs to Know About Getting Old and Having Sex, created and performed by Lois Weaver, looks at intimacy, relationships, desire, and sex in people over 50.
x for staying here with us now by Sherri Hay
Two evenings, two different non-human performers performing a score. The performance will move slowly, lasting perhaps 45 minutes. The exact time of the performance will be determined by the performer, in the moment.
LOST in TRANS by Dickie Beau
Continuing his shtick of using playback, in which he ‘channels’ voices he sees as being misplaced, misrepresented or misunderstood, Dickie breathes new life into found sound, ‘re-writing’ audio artefacts and playing them back through his body to become a live performing archive of the missing.
Valley of the Dolls by Keith Cole
You’re got to climb to the top of Mount Everest to see the Valley of the Dolls, and you’re invited to take this journey with Toronto’s very own performance provocateur Keith Cole in Performance Club 2.