COCHRANE, Shannon (see also me & me)

2001 ReciproCity/Reciprocité

Shannon Cochrane, Serenade in 62 ReciproCity/RéciproCité Toronto 2001 PHOTO Andrew Pommier

Shannon Cochrane is a Toronto based performance artist. Her work has been presented by A Space, Mercer Union, YYZ, The Power Plant, Money House, Archive, The Cleveland International Performance Art Festival and Artemisia Gallery in Chicago. In 1998, known as one half of me and me, she co-created a year-long performance project with Keith Manship. Shannon is a founding member and curator of the 7a*11d International Performance Festival. In November, she will present the world’s biggest game of badminton at The Art Gallery of Ontario in a performance entitled 100 Love as part of the gallery’s Centennial Anniversary. Shannon’s work frequently incorporates the participation of non-performers and seeks to alter the role-play/role played by the audience. Shannon often employs sports imagery, contest etiquette and game rituals.

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1998 2nd 7a*11d Festival

Shannon Cochrane, If Wishes Were Horses, Beggars Would Ride 7a*11d 1998 PHOTO Cheryl Rondeau

If Wishes Were Horses, Beggars Would Ride
Saturday, November 7 8 pm
DeLeon White Gallery, 455 King St W

Presented by Mercer Union

If wishes were horses, beggars would ride — and so would Azed, Omar and me.

Shannon Cochrane is a Toronto based performance artist. Some of her work has been presented by A Space, Mercer Union, YYZ, The Power Plant, Money House, Archive, The Cleveland International Performance Art Festival and Artemisia Gallery in Chicago. In 1998, known as one half of “me and me”, she co-created a year-long performance project with Keith Manship. Shannon is a founding member and curator of the 7a*11d International Performance Festival.

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