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2010

I Think, Therefore I Follow: The Sequitur Principle in Contemporary Conceptual Practices, presentation at the international conference organized by the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery as part of the exhibition Traffic: Conceptual Art in Canada 1965 – 1980, November 26 – 28.

Auditorium, publication of artist pages (pp. 23-28) in the “On Listening” issue of Performance Research (Vol. 15 No.3). This issue also includes discussion of Crackers by Stacey Sewell in the article titled “Listening Inside Out: Notes on an embodied analysis.”

Presenter in the workshop “Dynamic Curating in the Age of Anxiety”, organized by Laura Paolini for the Ontario Association of Art Galleries (O.A.A.G.), November 22, Oakville Galleries, Oakville, Ontario.

Traffic Talks: Conceptualism in French Canada, a conversation between Raymond Gervais, Christof Migone, and Michèle Thériault, presented by the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, as part of the exhibition Traffic: Conceptual Art in Canada 1965 – 1980, Tuesday November 9.

Disco Sec, solo exhibition at Optica, Montréal. November 6 – December 11.

4 feet and 33 inches, installation as part of Non-cochlear sound (curator Seth Kim-Cohen, at Diapason Gallery, Brooklyn, Saturdays October 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30.

Curator for Nuit Blanche (Zone C), Toronto. October 2, sunset to sunrise. Exhibition title: Should I Stay or Should I Go. Commissions: Kim Adams, Martin Arnold & Micah Lexier, Davide Balula, Annie Onyi Cheung, Michael Fernandes, Zilvinas Kempinas, Julia Loktev, Sandra Rechico, Jocelyn Robert, Max Streicher. Open Calls: Olivia Boudreau, France Dubois, Lili Huston-Herterich & Brad Tinmouth, Chris Shepherd, Aubrey Reeves.

Slow Pan 5pm – 9pm, 2010 billboard commission curated for the Blackwood Gallery. Featuring Karen Henderson. September 11 – May 1.

Fingering, performance at Electric Eclectics 5, August 1.

The Projects: Port Credit, 2nd edition, exhibition curated for the Blackwood Gallery. Featuring Adam Bobbette & Seth Porcello, Peter Flemming, Sarah Febbraro, Claudio Ghirardo, Sonja Hidas, Gwen MacGregor, Fedora Romita, Cheryl Rondeau, Derek Sullivan, and Jessica Vallentin. June 27 – July 25.

Moderator for panel “The Long Division – Discipline, Punishment and the Place in Between” featuring Michelle Jacques, Paulette Philips, and Jocelyn Robert, at the On Fire conference presented by the Indepedent Media Arts Alliance (IMAA), Toronto, June 18.

Screening of Snow Storm for Audiovision program curated by Michelle Jacques, at Jackman Hall, Art Gallery of Ontario, part of the On Fire conference presented by the Indepedent Media Arts Alliance (IMAA) Toronto, June 16.

“Failure in Public, Failure of the Public”, presentation, Performing Studies International conference (PSi16), York University & OCAD, Toronto, June 9 – 13.

Workshop, artist talk, studio visits, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

Touch that Dial: Creating Radio Transcending the Regulatory Body (1990) and Radio Naked, published in book: Islands of Resistance: Pirate Radio in Canada, edited by Andrea Langlois, Ron Sakolsky, & Marian van der Zon, Vancouver: New Star Books, 2010. Reprint of a text written in 1990.

The Queer Voice Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is – entry in the compendium included in the catalogue for the Queer Voice exhibition, edited by Ingrid Schaffner, Senior Curator, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania.

Co-curated (with the Images Festival) the event No Images at the Innis Theater (St. George). Featuring Ryan Driver, Annie MacDonell, Alexis O’Hara & Mary Margaret O’Hara, and Alex Snukal.

Panelist, “Public Art in Port Credit”, organizer: Port Credit Village Project, location: Art Trax.

Presentation, Sunday Scene for Michael Snow, The Power Plant, Toronto.

Pass, a participatory performance presentation forTwo conversations on the intertwining of love and politics in contemporary art practices. Organized by Christine Shaw and Adrian Blackwell as part of the symposium: Extra-Curricular: Between Art & Pedagogy (curator Maiko Tanaka), presented by theJustina M. Barnicke Gallery, Reading Rom, Hart House, University of Toronto, Toronto, March 18.

Kill Your Timid Notion, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, Scotland, 21-28 February. Presented a series of workshops (the investigations) and performed: EvasionSnow Storm4 feet and 33 inches, and Hit Parade (Dundee).

Location!Location!Location!, exhibition curated for the Blackwood Gallery. Featuring Christine Swintak and Don Miller.

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