Writing
1999

Writing
TIME TIME TIME Interview with Alastair MacLennan

Alastair MacLennan’s performance EMIT TIME ITEM was presented in Toronto as part of TIME TIME TIME, a 12-month series of durational performance art works by artists from the UK, US and Canada.

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Eyewitness Account: EMIT TIME ITEM by Alastair MacLennan

Alastair MacLennan’s performance¬†EMIT TIME ITEM¬†was one in a 12-month series of durational performance art works entitled¬†TIME TIME TIME¬†by artists from the UK, US and Canada.

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TIME TIME TIME Interview with Rebecca Belmore

Rebecca Belmore’s performance Manifesto¬†was presented in Toronto as part of¬†TIME TIME TIME, a 12-month series of durational performance art works by artists from the UK, US and Canada.

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TIME TIME TIME Interview with Tanya Mars

Tanya Mars’ performance HOT was presented in Toronto as part of TIME TIME TIME, a 12-month series of durational performance art works by artists from the UK, US and Canada.

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TIME TIME TIME Interview with Roddy Hunter

Roddy Hunter’s performance project¬†Statement of Matter: Performance(s) of Indefinite Duration¬†was presented in Toronto as part of¬†TIME TIME TIME, a 12-month series of durational performance art works by artists from the UK, US and Canada.

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TIME TIME TIME Interview with Jenny Strauss

JENNY STRAUSS’s performance INTAKE was presented in Toronto as part of TIME TIME TIME, a 12-month series of durational performance art works by artists from the UK, US and Canada.

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Eyewitness Account: Appreciating The Chakras by Linda Montano

Linda Montano’s performance Appreciating The Chakras was one in a 12-month series of durational performance art works by artists from the UK, US and Canada.

Eyewitness Account by Paul Couillard

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TIME TIME TIME Interview with Linda Montano

Linda Montano’s performance¬†APPRECIATING THE CHAKRAS¬†was presented in Toronto as part of TIME TIME TIME, a 12-month series of durational performance art works by artists from the UK, US and Canada.

Writing Blue

Writing Blue is the smell of interpretation. Composed of materials that many "know", blueberry candy offers a flicker of nostalgia. Grounded in blue cypress like a hunch that comes from speculation, it is the lavender that offers overwhelming explanations.

Top Notes

blueberry candy

Middle Notes

lavender, mens shaving cream

Base Notes

hyacinth, blue cypress