Irit Rogoff is a writer, teacher, curator, and organizer working at the intersection of contemporary art, critical theory, and emergent political manifestations. Her practice deals with geography, globalization, and contemporary participatory practices in the expanded field of art.

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Snežana Golubović is an artist and writer. Her works have been shown internationally at, among others: Van Gogh Museum /
Amsterdam, Avignon Theatre Festival, Venice Biennale, as well as at numerous exhibitions
and performance art festivals in Europe, Asia, North and South America.

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Daina Warren is from the Akamihk (Cree) Nation in Maskwacis (Bear Hills), AB. She was awarded two Canada Council’s Aboriginal Curatorial Residencies the first to work with grunt gallery, Vancouver BC (2000-2001) and a second residency at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, Ontario (2010-2011).

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Doug Jarvis is an artist and curator based in Victoria, BC. He is a founding member of the avatar performance art group Second Front and the Noxious Sector Art Collective and participates in Open Actions in public spaces. His individual and collective work explores absurdity, care, non-material entities and technology as a human attribute.

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Dr. Paul O’Neill is an Irish curator, artist, writer and educator. He is the Artistic Director of PUBLICS, a position he took up in September 2017.

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With the LIVE Assembly on it's way, we thought we'd share with you some of our guests!

Margaret Dragu works in video, installation, web/analogue publication & performance. Spanning relational, durational, interventionist and community-based practices, she has shown in Canada, USA & Europe. Dragu is celebrating her 50th year as working artist.

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Though we are unable to meet in person this year, LIVE Biennale is still dedicated to bringing a meaningful experience centered around identifying new ways of caring in our communities! We invite you to join us from November 4th-6th at the LIVE Assembly, an online event where participants can join us online for a gathering that features artists and those involved in the art community. For more information please register for the event at livebiennale.ca

LIVE Platform

The LIVE Performance Art International Network
—a platform supporting the Discussion, Curation and Dissemination of Performance Art in all it's manifold forms.