Terminalia 2020: Walking Women

Event details

2020-02-23 21:50
21:50 UTC
Free

The Global Festival of Terminalia is about boundaries and borders, real, historical, fictional and imagined, and marks places of beginnings, endings and thresholds. ARTIFACTS and WIAprojects join Women Who Walk, exploring the cusp of night for Terminalia.

For ARTIFACTS, this event is another stage in their continuing project [email protected], intended to indicate/enact the razor’s edge precariousness of women artists’ lives and labour, here played out at the physical edge of two nationally respected art institutions: Art Gallery of Ontario and OCAD University.

Raudvee and Patterson will circle the park, in concert and communion, with other Women Who Walk worldwide, imagining boundless potentials for women’s safety, health, housing, creativity, and access.

All bodies are welcome!

Photos from the event, by Miklos Legrady: http://artifactsperformanceart.ca/grangewalk/index.html

Near Grange Park, Old Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada

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