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About Sneppova and Kemp:

London, Ontario performer and playwright Penn Kemp has published 25 books of poetry and drama, in addition to six plays and 10 CDs, as well as Canada's first poetry CD-ROM and several videopoems. She performs in festivals around the world, most recently in Britain, Brazil and India. Penn is the Canada Council Writer-in-Residence at the University of Western Ontario for 2009-10. She has most recently been granted the award of Poet Laureate for the city of London (Ontario). She hosts an eclectic literary show, Gathering Voices, on Radio Western. Her own project for the year is a DVD devoted to ecco poetry. Luminous Entrance: a Sound Opera for Climate Change Action had just been released.

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Daniela Sneppova is an artist working in photography, performance and electronic media. Her projects revolve around shifting processes of embodiment in politics and identity, with an emphasis on the transcultural. With one foot in Canada and the other in the Czech Republic, her performance and installation projects have been exhibited internationally and in Canada. Her most recent solo exhibition I think I love you but I have chosen darkness (3 channel video installation), took place at the McIntosh Gallery in London, Ontario in 2010. Her curatorial projects have included Song Show (songshow.org). In 2011, she is curating an exhibition for the Czech Centre in New York City entitled Samizdat: the Materiality of Resistance. Currently she teaches at the University of Western Ontario.

Her favorite place in the world? Sixty feet under (the surface of the water).

danielasneppova.org

Mrtvolka

Price

Everyone:$15 Students/Seniors/Industry:$12

Is seeing believing? What lies in the space between light and shadow, between presence and absence? Mrtvolka (“little corpse”) travels the border between the mediated and the live. Utilizing techniques from the multimedia spectacles of the phantasmagoria of the 19th century, Sneppova and Kemp present a shadowy world.


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