Curated and presented by FADO Performance Art Centre in the context of the 9th 7a*11d International Festival of Performance Art.
FADO continues with the on-going International Visiting Artists series with new performance works from Magnüs Logi Kristinsson (born in Iceland, living in Finland) and Denis Romanovski (born in Belarus, living in Sweden). In addition, Denis Romanovski will also be presenting guerrilla performance in the form of a tour of the Toronto subway system on October 26, 2014.
Stories in a Box by Magnús Logi Kristinsson
The artist is inside a large wooden box, and he is telling a story. A story about himself from his times in Iceland. He only shows one foot and one hand to the audience and with that hand, he give extra details to the story.
That’s Ok by Denis Romanovski
That’s OK Manifesto (fragment) *written in collaboration with KKH students
To mean nothing – that’s OK.
To have money and to be hungry – that’s OK.
To do nothing under surveillance – that’s OK.
To wait for better times and to be still alive – that’s OK.
To hate museums and rebellions – that’s OK.
To sing for old people and to dance with strangers – that’s OK.
The Toronto Performance Art Collective (TPAC) is a not-for-profit, artist-driven collective that curates and produces the 7a11d International Festival of Performance Art—English Canada’s oldest ongoing biennial of performance art. 7a11d was established in 1997 by a group of performance artists, collectives, and organizers, eager to develop a forum for performance art in Toronto. The first 7a11d International Festival of Performance Art took place in August 1997 and presented the work of 60 local, national and international artists. The 9th edition of the festival takes place from October 24–28, 2012.
© Magnús Logi Kristinsson, All the Beatles Songs, 2012. Photo Henry Chan.