Pedestrian Protest

In a new commission for the Vancouver Art Gallery's Offsite, Vancouver based artists Evann Siebens and Keith Doyle explore how a moving body, whether in solitude or en masse, can become a political act. Pedestrian Protest includes 24 media performances, created by collaborators, that reference histories of protest, current and past. The individuals and collectives were filmed and edited by Evann Siebens and combined into a collage of photo, media and movement. Each location, chosen by a project collaborator, is uniquely emblematic and linked to specific histories or present places of demonstration and activism. Keith Doyle responds to this mapping of the city through his sculptural intervention, referring to the precarious and temporary conditions of Vancouver’s constantly changing built environment.


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Tasha Faye Evans


Tasha Faye Evans is a Coast Salish dance and theatre artist with Grandparents also from Wales and of European Jewish descent. Her career continues to be a collection of collaborations and performances with national and international Indigenous artists. Most recent productions include Starr Muranko’s Spine of the Mother and Raven Spirit Dance‘s Salmon Girl and Confluence. Currently Tasha is creating a one-woman dance piece called Cedar Woman. Tasha’s work also focuses on redress and Coast Salish cultural resurgence particularly in Port Moody where she is raising two children. Tasha’s artistic practice is an integration of her artistic expression and shared sacred responsibility to care for the future of all of our relations, particularly our Old Growth Forests.


YouTube: Tasha Faye Evans: Cedar Woman
YouTube: Tasha Faye Evans: Saymahmit

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