POPE.L, William

1998 2nd 7a*11d Festival

Eracism
Friday August 21 8 pm
The Music Gallery, 179 Richmond St W

William Pope.L is a black American artist who teaches in Maine. He is best known for his piece Eracism, a consideration of the social, economic and personal factors that allow American racism to exist. Variously called a lecture, a confession, a rant and an endurance test, this work treads an edgy line between explosive invective and a sympathetic just-plain-folks attempt to work out the details of the business of living.

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1998 2nd 7a*11d Festival

Interventionism
Sunday August 23 2 pm
A Space Gallery, 401 Richmond St W

Coordinated by Johanna HOUSEHOLDER

Anna BANANA (Sechelt, BC), Adrian BLACKWELL and Kika THORNE (Toronto), William POPE.L (Maine USA), Deanne TAYLOR (Toronto); moderated by Johanna HOUSEHOLDER (Toronto)

Interventionism examines the ways in which performance has entered uninvited the realms of politics and the social. The panel brings together a number of artists who have produced work which has commandeered public space and discourse to a variety of ends.

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