What?

What?

Posted on Jul 19, 2016 in Apology, Creation, Photos | No Comments

As we move forward from last years installation at Silo City we may be adding a new dancer. With all the transformation – or lack of – in our North American community with regard to race relations the work has asked for a new direction.  I have been talking to Diane Roberts and Kevin Ormsby, […]

keeping up with ourselves…

keeping up with ourselves…

Posted on Jan 29, 2016 in Art of Peace, Creation, Photos | No Comments

We are missing Sylvie; she has been struck down by a narcissistic cold virus that thinks her world revolves around it. Her absence is keenly felt. … through line/ story line and revelation … there seems to be one clear story: gerry and sylvie … when are we our every day selves … when are […]

a fine art, all…

a fine art, all…

Posted on Jan 27, 2016 in Art of Peace, Creation, Photos | No Comments

marching choreographing dancing * photos by James Kendal

gently, we return…

gently, we return…

Posted on Jan 25, 2016 in Art of Peace, Creation, Photos | No Comments

Are we transforming the space or the relationships?   We have returned for the culmination of nearly 3 years of research and development for The Art of Peace: show time! Designer and technical whiz, James Kendal joins us in the Blue Barracks while we catch Lisa up on what was discovered during the last development […]

the rules of engagement…

the rules of engagement…

Posted on Nov 27, 2014 in Art of Peace, Creation, Photos, Reflections | No Comments

“It was not what I needed (and not the way I am used to working) but it was, I think, what the process needed… and I think it was good to come to the work from a different way. So, really: it was helpful for me, too.” — Sylvie

the rhetoric of nationhood…

the rhetoric of nationhood…

Posted on Nov 24, 2014 in Art of Peace, Creation, Photos, Reflections | No Comments

‘Depending on your point of view, you may feel there’s no war here but there’s a lot of war here from a First Nations’ POV – a battle over land. It’s a very difficult time for First Nations to negotiate those lands because we’re at peace and people are not galvanized in times of peace.
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transcription is…

transcription is…

Posted on Nov 21, 2014 in Art of Peace, Creation, Photos, Reflections | No Comments

necessary (but that wasn’t our first word for it).