Performance Art, Writing
January 18-20, 25-27 + February 1-3 2013
I was delighted to be invited to participate in the 2013 PuSh festival as a writer for the Mariano Pensotti project: Sometimes I Think, I Can See You.
“Mariano Pensotti’s ingeniously voyeuristic work Sometimes I think, I can see you places writers in public spaces and uses them as literary surveillance cameras. Over the three weekends of the 2013 PuSh Festival, a number of Vancouver writers will be stationed in the lobby of the Vancouver Art Gallery, the atrium of the Vancouver Public Library Central Branch and the Yaletown-Roundhouse Canada Line Station, equipped with laptops connected to projection screens. Their directive? To write a live account of whatever it is they see—or imagine they see—in these urban surroundings. Through the eyes and minds of various writers, speculations unfold, narratives are woven, and the anonymous individuals around us become implicated in a series of beautifully spontaneous fictions.” – http://pushfestival.ca/shows/sometimes-i-think-i-can-see-you/