February 13 – March 26, 2016
Alison S.M. Kobayashi is an identity contortionist. In her work, Kobayashi performs a variety of characters that are both studiously and playfully rendered. These personas are inspired by Kobayashi’s extensive collection of lost, discarded and donated objects; ranging from answering machine tapes purchased at a secondhand shop to a love letter left on a sidewalk.
Throughout the month of January, writer and filmmaker Eric Cazdyn, artist Aleesa Cohene, and dancers/choreographers Jared Gradinger and Angela Schubot will work together in residence at Gallery TPW. Each brings a specific aspect of their practice to the collaboration. Aleesa Cohene, Jared Gradinger and Angela Schubot bring their 2013 trio all my holes are theirs to the table, an attempt by two performers to disappear through radical devotion to a third.
Thursday, October 22, 2015, 7:30pm
On the occasion of Antonia Hirsch’s exhibition and the related publication of Negative Space: Inner and Outer Experience (SFU Galleries, 2015), join the artist and Director of SFU Galleries Melanie O’Brian in a conversation about conversation.
Friday, October 9, 2015, 7pm
How does otherwise feel? And what does it mean to feel otherwise? The otherwise, as Crawley conceptualizes it, engages the normative world as a deformational force.
Friday, Sept 25, 2015, 6:30pm
This quasi-participatory performative lecture examines Lee Strasberg’s "Method Acting" – the American acting technique made famous by Brando, Meryl Streep, Daniel Day-Lewis and countless others – and its connections to psychoanalysis, performance art, cult activity, regression therapy, the performance of authenticity, and whatever else America has/had to offer.
Thursday, September 24, 7pm
Levine talks about hiding in plain sight through the trifocal lens of body-swapping sci-fi movies, 70s performance art and the cult of method acting.
Thursday, April 30, 2015, 8:00 - 10:00 pm
Join us for our grand opening party with a special installation/performance by Tough Guy Mountain.
“…a container for mere possibilities that have not yet happened, a body in a state of becoming through time, or a structure for the expression of time as it moves both forwards and backwards at once.”
In 1968, Jill Johnston stated “I’ve seen Trio A a number of times and still think I haven’t really seen it.” This week of discursive events and performances initiated by FADO Performance Art Centre in collaboration with Sara Wookey allows the opportunity to see Yvonne Rainer’s canonical 1966 dance again within a constellation of conversations, readings and newly commissioned works.
In March 2014 Everson and his crew spent 3 days shooting in a Mechanicsville Virginia factory that produces all the components needed to build bowling alleys. The resulting work consists of a full shift – eight hours – worth of documentation of the numerous different tasks performed by the staff of the facility.