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The 2001 LIVE Biennial of Performance Art

Vancouver Art Gallery, Morris and Helen Belkin Gallery, Western Front, Video In, Artspeak, Or Gallery, Access Gallery, Helen Pitt Gallery, Image, The Edgewise Electrolit Centre, Radix, Gallery Gachet, FA3 (Montreal), Folly Gallery (Lancaster, England), and Dynamo, Vancouver
Oct 4-27, 2001


Catwalk Envy: (2001),
A Subverted Runway Show, performance at Western Front

Vancouver Art Gallery, Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, Western Front, Video In, Artspeak, Or Gallery, Access Gallery, Helen Pitt Gallery, IMAGE, The Edgewise Electrolit Centre, Radix, Gallery Gachet, FA3 (Montreal), Folly gallery (Lancaster, England), and Dynamo Oct 13-Nov 30 - Vancouver has been credited since the 1960s as a driving force behind the development of performance art, and continues to be a vital centre internationally. This year's LIVE Biennial, coordinated by G the Grunt Gallery, is the collaborative effort of 17 arts organizations. Performances will be spread over a period of six weeks at the venues listed above.

The 2001 Biennial focuses on the work of performance artists who are solo. Confirmed artists at this time include Alvin Tolentino, Rebecca Belmore, Judy Radul, Michael Turner, Rodney Graham, Mirha Soleil Ross, Diane Landry, Robert Ashley, Victoria Stanton, Louise Moyes, Josie Tremblay, and Trolley Bus.

The 2001 LIVE Biennial gets off to a resounding start at the Vancouver Art Gallery on October 13.

© Mia Johnson