Autobiography is used as the means to explore Video Performance in this online
workshop of The Imaginary and the Synchronous. 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. Participants will
shoot videos at home with their cell phone cameras. 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.
COST: $50 Member / $75 Non-Member
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Trinity Square Video’s workshops may be subject to changes in the schedule, instructor, or content. If so, Trinity will refund full workshop payment to participants who are unable to make the rescheduled dates or should the program be cancelled. Workshop registrants will be notified in advance of any changes or cancellations.
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Irene Loughlin holds an MFA in Visual Studies from the University of Toronto, a BFA from Simon Fraser University, Vancouver and is an alumni of the Ontario College of Art, Toronto. Using a neurodiverse perspective, her practice encompasses performance art, video, sculpture, drawing and text-based work that is informed by feminism and magic and employs aesthetics derived from the history of art and the West Coast of Canada.
Working from an emotive perspective, she employs visual metaphors from medical, ecological and historic contexts in order to comment on our contemporary social and
political discourse. Loughlin has participated in various solo and group exhibitions including Through a Window: Visual Art and SFU 1965-2015 Audain Gallery, Vancouver
(2015), Westbeth Gallery, Transforming Community: Disability, Diversity and Access NY (2015) and The Month of Performance Art, Berlin (2014). She has been awarded the Lynch Staunton Award, Canada Council for the Arts, for mid-career, interdisciplinary practice and a SSHRC Masters Level Scholarship and is the author of numerous
essays, articles and conference proceedings.