"Free Money" October 18 & 19 between 1pm and 5pm
Participatory Dissent: Debates in Performance
The Western Front
303 East 8th Avenue
Vancouver, British Columbia
Canada V5T 1S1
Western Front Performance Art is pleased to present Participatory Dissent: Debates in Performance, an encounter between traditional forms of performance art (endurance/duration) and new forms of social practice and intervention. Produced in conjunction with the LIVE Biennial of Performance Art, the program looks to the overlaps between practices, modes of thinking, and opinions about contemporary performance. Viewers are invited to participate, enjoy and intervene in four days of individual performance art, social intervention, and discussion surrounding performance art practices that forge new relationships between artists, site and community. Facilitating the creation of new work by artists from across Europe and North America, Participatory Dissent: Debates in Performance will consist of individual and collaborative works (situated at the Western Front, online, and in various outdoor locations in Vancouver), online discussions, a round-table discussion event at the Western Front and a panel discussion at Emily Carr Institute. Works will address public intervention, alternative economies, the limits of the body, and cultures of fear in the post 9/11 era. This series of events is organized by Western Front Performance Art Guest Curator Natalie Loveless (invited by iKatun).
via Sal's email:
Meet with me, and I will offer you a sum of money and a choice.
As part of the ongoing Free Money project, I will be making appointments to meet people in cafés and give them money in Vancouver on October 18-19. Meetings will last approximately a half hour, and will take place between 1pm and 5pm on those days. If you're in Vancouver and would like to participate, please email me ( email@example.com ) and we'll set up a time.
Participatory Dissent at the Western Front:
.artintervention.orgThe Western Front: http://front.bc.caLive Biennale: http://www.livebiennale.ca
Free Money: http://freemoneyrelease.orgSal Randolph: http://salrandolph.com
Roundtable: Debates in Performance Practice and Curation
Panel on social art practices with lots of great artists and curators.
Participants: Natalie Loveless, Paul Couillard, Vassya Vassileva, Kanarinka and Pirun of iKatun, Randy Gledhill, Hiroko Kikuchi and Andi Sutton of the National Bitter Melon Project, Kevin Hamilton, Sal Randolph, Roddy Hunter, Marilyn Arsem, Jeff Huckleberry, Naufus Figueroa.
2-5 pm, Western Front, 303 8th Avenue East, Vancouver