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2012

Unteachable: Provisos for a Para-Pedagogy, paper (revised from introductory remarks made at the Out of Joint: Voices on Mentoring conference) as part of the panel Disciplining Art Practice: Getting a Feel for the Game / Discipliner la pratique de l’art : Acquérir le sens du jeu, session chair Risa Horowitz, other panelists: Cliff Eyland, Tanya Mars, and Donna Szoke. At the Universities Art Association of Canada (U.A.A.C.) conference, Concordia University, Montreal, Saturday, November 3.

Hit Parade (Toronto), performance presented as part of the 7a*11d International Festival of Performance Art. Saturday, October 27, Butterfield Park (beside OCADU).

4 feet and 33 inches, opening performance of The Future of Cage: Credo conference. Thursday, October 25, Robert Gill Theater, University of Toronto, 214 College St.

Winner of Best Exhibition Award for Landscapes Events Reproducted by Seripop. Awarded by the Ontario Association of Art Galleries (OAAG) on September 21 in the Great Hall at Hart House, University of Toronto.

Door to Door (5th edition), a series curated for the Blackwood Gallery. The fifth edition featured Adam David Brown and Nancy Nowacek. April 23 – 29.

Curatorial talk on Blackwood Gallery’s off-site series Door to Door as part of the Dexterity series presented by the Leonard & Bina Ellen Gallery, Concordia University, Montréal, September 20, presented at the gallery.

Toronto double book launch of Sonic Somatic: Performances of the Unsound Body and WOOD TWO at Art Metropole, 1490 Dundas St. West, Toronto, on Saturday September 15.

Montreal launch of Sonic Somatic: Performances of the Unsound Body book at Formats, 2, rue Sainte-Catherine Est, espace 302, Thursday August 9.

Montreal launch of Fingering and Record Release, Friday August 10.

Video clips of Hit Maker (Porto) will be presented at the Brick + Mortar International Video Art Festival in Greenfield, Massachusetts, October 2012 (curator Denise Markonish).

“Listening to Ray Bradbury’s Mars: A Conversation with Christof Migone” by Marc Weidenbaum regarding The Rise and Fall of the Sounds and Silences From Mars for No More Potlucks, Issue 22: Record, 2012.

Presentation of Radio Naked and performance of Fingering at events organized by New Adventures for Sound Art (NAISA) on May 14, 25, 26 and June 2. Check NAISA site for details. Curated by Darren Copeland (Radio Naked) and Nick Storring (Fingering).

Diffusion of “A Day in the life of a microphone” from Hole in the Head at the galerie de l’Institut français de Rabat, Morocco, May 26 – June 2. Curated by Anna Raimondo.

Hit Maker (Sudbury) for the FAAS 3 (Foire d’art alternatif de Sudbury) organized by the Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario. Performance on May 11-12.

Hit Parade (New York), performance presented as part of Arika‘s programming for the Whitney Biennial titled A survey is a process of listening. On Thursday May 3, at the Whitney Museum.

Door to Door (4th edition), a series curated for the Blackwood Gallery. The fourth edition featured Gina Badger and Tazeen Qayyum. April 23 – 29.

Sonic Somatic: Performances of the Unsound Body, 282 page book published by Errant Bodies Press is out. Distributed in North America by D.A.P. and in Europe by les presses du réel, both ship worldwide. Also available on Amazon.

Fingering live at Oz Studios, 134 Ossington Ave. Toronto on Saturday March 24. On same bill: Nick Storring and Arkm Foam/Checkers, check facebook event page here.

The Record Release (12-inch) project begins.

A selection of audio work included in the Radio Boredcast organized by Vicky Bennett as part of the AV Festival 2012 As Slow As Possible in Newcastly upon Tyne, UK from 1-31 March.

Exhibition review “Boîte de transmission : écrits surThorax de Jean-Pierre Gauthier” in Inter No. 110, Langage Plastique, Québec, 2012. In French. The English version of this text appear in Sonic Somatic: Performances of the Unsound Body (Errant Bodies Press, 2012).

Landscapes Events Reproducted, a solo exhibition by Seripop (Yannick Desranleau and Chloe Lum), curated for the Blackwood Gallery. January 18 – March 4.