ELISA FERRARI AND STACEY HO
March 28th, 6:30pm
Other Sights at Access Gallery
222 East Georgia, Vancouver BC
An evening of deep listening. Activities include a soundwalk and sonic meditation. Inspired by the work of Pauline Oliveros, CA Conrad and Bernadette Mayer, we will explore rituals and instructions as a means of scoring fruitful play. The evening will end with the collective writing of a graphic score.
Presented as part of a series of events co-ordinated by Guadalupe Martinez as part of her Artist Residency at The Foreshore.
Activities include a 30 min outdoor walk at a slow pace. Please come dressed for the weather and email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any specific accessibility issues. If possible, bring an object that you like to make sound with.
Front door: width 35 inches
Front door step: height 4 inches
Hallway door: 35 inches
Washroom door: 29 inches width Toilet: 12 inch clearance on left side 19 inch clearance from toilet to sink The washroom has no handrail.
Washroom is all genders.
Born in Italy, Elisa Ferrari is an artist and curator living on unceded Coast Salish territories. She works with archival fragments of text, image, and videography to consider the act and implications of retrieval, in projects that manifest through installation, performances, artist books, sound walks and photography. Ferrari holds a BFA from the University of Architecture of Venice (IUAV) and a MAA from the Emily Carr University of Art and Design (ECUAD). Since 2013 she has served as Events and Exhibitions Coordinator/Curator at VIVO Media Arts Centre and as member of the Crista Dahl Media Library and Archive Committee. She is an active member of the Vancouver Soundwalk collective and is part of – – a sound performance collaboration with John Brennan.
Stacey Ho is an artist, writer, and curator living on unceded Coast Salish territories. Her practice considers intersections of culture, history, and embodied experience from a feminist perspective. With a background in photography and performance art, her art often incorporates language, sound, gesture, and everyday objects. She has recently presented her work at Art Metropole (Toronto), Galerie oqbo (Berlin), and RAM Galleri (Oslo). This month, she will take part in Dar’a: Full Circle, a group exhibition curated by Jamelie Hassan at Artcite (Windsor). She is presently working on a novel about plants and robots.