In this online workshop of The Imaginary and the Synchronous: Account of the Self in Video Performance, autobiography is used as the means to explore Video Performance. As the starting off point, an object/s that represents an aspect of your life will be linked to this event or characteristic-connecting it to a wider socio-political platform. In this 2-part workshop, Irene will present an overview of her Video Performance then each other’s object/s and the context surrounding the object/s will be explored. Participants will shoot videos at home with their cell phone cameras; tech advice will be provided. After uploading the video, participants will return the following week to view each other’s video and discuss the impact of the process and results. Unique opportunity, not to be missed.
$45 Member / $60 Non-Member
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Irene Loughlin is an artist, writer, and cultural worker. She holds an MVS from the
University of Toronto, a BFA from Simon Fraser University, has attended the SVA and NSCAD Studio Programs in New York, and is an alumni of OCAD. Her art practice and research interests centre upon investigations of performativity, colonialism, feminism
and resistant, ecological and neurodiverse perspectives within contemporary art. She
works with visual imagery that comments upon our contemporary emotive discourse.