Aerial Sunday-Cardinal “Pulse” (2021)

Virtual performance Video Link:
vimeo.com/663865092/8cabf0f264


LIVE Assembly 2021

Chipo Chipaziwa “Untitled” (2021)

Virtual performance Video Link:
vimeo.com/663864225/d04c70819f


LIVE Assembly 2021

= LIVE Assembly 2021
November 6th - Day 3 PM =

_ Relocating the Centres for Tomorrow: Strategic Models _

Afternoon Session: How Will Tomorrow be Different? In conversation with Jo-Anne Birnie-Dankzer, Paul Couillard and Peter Morin. Moderated by Brian Postalian.

youtube.com/watch?v=A2aPhncmSk

00:00 - Introduction
04:38 - Paul Couillard
43:00 - Jo-anne Birnie-Dankzer
1:05:33 - Peter Morin
1:29:57 - Q & A

= LIVE Assembly 2021
November 6th - Day 3 AM =

_ Relocating the Centres for Tomorrow: Strategic Models _

Models of Possible Actions: Covering the Distance. In conversation with Dave Beech, Maria Hlavajova and Irit Rogoff. Moderated by Cissie Fu.

youtube.com/watch?v=lSLqFkTfrg

00:00 - Introduction
06:38 - Dave Beech
30:30 - Irit Rogoff
57:58 - Maria Hlavajova
1:26:42 - Verb Frau TV (body break)
1:43:28 - Q & A

= LIVE Assembly 2021
November 5th - Day 2 PM =

_ What Communities Want? Towards the Diversity of Collaboration _

Listening to Communities: Before, During, and After the Event. In conversation with James Albers, Chipo Chipaziwa, Reiko Inouye, Aerial Sunday-Cardinal and Pegah Tabassinejad. Moderated by Guadalupe Martinez.

youtube.com/watch?v=db_A38ix1G

= LIVE Assembly 2021
November 5th - Day 2 AM =

_ What Communities Want? Towards the Diversity of Collaboration _

Morning Session: How to Shift Our Knowledge About Communities. In conversation with Snežana Golubović and Jeanne Van Heeswijk. Moderated by Cissie Fu.

youtube.com/watch?v=q1bfp2Dc6Q

00:00 - Introduction and Day 1 Review
08:28 - Jeanne Van Heeswijk
42:00 - Snežana Golubović
1:16:35 - Verb Frau TV (body break)
1:33:08 - Q & A

= LIVE Assembly 2021
November 4th - Day 1 PM =

_On Performance Art Institutions and Audiences_

youtube.com/watch?v=NI0JlQLd4-

Afternoon Session: Unanticipated Spaces: Caring about Artists & Caring about Communities. In conversation with Doug Jarvis and Daina Warren. Moderated by Brian Postalian.

00:00 - Introduction
06:55 - Doug Jarvis
17:41 - Daina Warren
35:35 - Q & A

#2021

= LIVE ASSEMBLY VIDEO: DAY 1 AM =

Morning Session: Self-Reflectivity & Self-Criticality. In conversation with Chris Creighton-Kelly, Monica Narula and Paul O’Neill. Moderated by Cissie Fu.

youtube.com/watch?v=faDyU1QIIk

00:00 - Introduction
04:28 - Chris Creighton-Kelly
28:11 - Monica Narula
55:36 - Verb Frau TV (body break)
1:13:54 - Paul O’Neill
1:35:50 - Q & A

#2021

Get Ready for Day 3! Make sure to register at livebiennale.ca/2021/ to tune in live on Ohyay and receive an invitation to the LIVE Platform where you can discuss the day's topics and other art related things!

For those of you who wish to just watch, the stream will be hosted on the LIVE Biennale Facebook page!

We look forward to seeing you there!

Day 2 is on its way! Make sure to register at livebiennale.ca/2021/ to tune in live on Ohyay and receive an invitation to the LIVE Platform where you can discuss the day's topics and other art related things!

For those of you who wish to just watch, the stream will be hosted on the LIVE Biennale Facebook page!

We look forward to seeing you there!

Tomorrow marks Day 1 of our three day event! Make sure to register at livebiennale.ca/2021/ to tune in live on Ohyay and receive an invitation to the LIVE Platform where you can discuss the day's topics and other art related things!

For those of you who wish to just watch, the stream will be hosted on the LIVE Biennale Facebook page!

We look forward to seeing you there!

“SECOND WALK: assembled meanings for home” (2011) by Guadalupe Martinez

Part of a residency at GAM Gallery, “Second Walk” is a durational performance, taking place over 12 hours. During this performative walk, Martinez collected objects from sites surrounding the gallery and her Vancouver residence. The objects were brought back to the gallery and arranged as an installation.

Archival footage by Elisha Burrows.

vimeo.com/641749339

In this segment of Annotating the Archive, Yasmine speaks to Guadalupe Martinez about her performance during the LIVE biennale in 2011.

More videos and archival information on our website,:
livebiennale.ca/2021

Filmed and edited by Yasmine Whaley-Kalaora (@ywk). Archival footage by Elisha Burrows.

vimeo.com/602218297

Guadalupe Martinez is an interdisciplinary artist and educator interested in understanding the multiple and complex relationships between the sensorial and the environment, identity and place.

[Image Description: portrait of Guadalupe Martinez]

To read more about Guadalupe peruse our event schedule, register for the event, or sign up for our newsletter:
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Dr. Cissie Fu (AB Harvard; MSt, MSc, DPhil Oxford) is a political theorist and co-founder of the Political Arts Initiative, which invites 21st-century political imag-e-nations through digital technology and the creative and performing arts.

[Image Description: portrait of Cissie Fu]

To read more about Cissie peruse our event schedule, register for the event, or sign up for our newsletter:
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Brian Postalian (Բրայն Փոսթալյան) is an arts administrator, educator, and creator born and raised in Toronto/Tkaronto by way of Armenia, Ireland, Wales, and the Czech Republic.

[Image Description: portrait of Brian Postalian]

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“Mending” (2009) by Margaret Dragu

This work was part of a series of pieces centered around “verb actions” developed by Margaret Dragu in collaboration with Paul Couillard. In this piece, Dragu films herself repeating the action of “mending,” overlapping the subsequent iterations to create layers of actions that slowly deteriorate and obscure with each repetition.

More videos and archival information on our website, link in bio!

Archival footage by Elisha Burrows.

vimeo.com/641342882

In this segment of Annotating the Archives, Yasmine speaks to Margaret Dragu (@ladragu) about her performance during LIVE biennale in 2009.

More videos and archival information on our website, link in bio!

Interview filmed by Brady Marks (@furiousgreencloud) and edited by Yasmine Whaley-Kalaora (@ywk). Archival footage by Elisha Burrows.

vimeo.com/597518526

Pegah is an Interdisciplinary artist with interests in creating inter-medial performances, interactive performances, cyberformances, digital performances, multi-channel video installations, and city projects. She has been working on the notion of ‘presence‘ and ‘absence‘ in her art practice.

[Image Description: portrait of Pegah Tabassinejad]

To read more about Pegah peruse our event schedule, register for the event, or sign up for our newsletter:
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Reiko Inouye is an emerging artist, curator, organizer, and settler guest on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded lands of the xwmə0–kwəy’əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

[Image Description: portrait of Reiko Inouye]

To read more about Reiko peruse our event schedule, register for the event, or sign up for our newsletter:
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