Pre/amble: A Two Day Festival of Art and Psychogeography

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Date/Time: 01/11/2003 12:00 am

Pre/amble: A Two Day Festival of Art and Psychogeography
November 1 & 2, 2003 – This two day festival is focused on presenting
work and ideas about psychogeography through talks and outdoor walks,
creating a forum for the presentation of artworks that take place in
the space of Vancouver, Canada. The city of Vancouver is explored along
with dialogue surrounding methods of psychogeography and the
intersection of psychogeography with contemporary art practices. For
more information: http://www.katearmstrong.com/preamble/index.html
Participants leading talks and walks listed in no certain order are:
Robert Ladislas Derr, Kate Armstrong, Julie Andreyev, Jim Colquhoun,
John (Craig) Freeman, GPSter: Marc Tuters and Karlis Kalnins, Kevin
Hamilton, Ingrid Koivukangas, M. Simon Levin and Laurie Long, Eileen
Matis Wong, murmur, Sharilyn Neidhardt, and Karen O?Rourke
For information about the participants:
Drop in anytime at the Western Front Artist Run Centre, 303 East 8th
Avenue, Vancouver, Canada Saturday, November 1 and Sunday, November 2
to hear talks and participate in outdoor walks and events in the city.
All events are free and open to the public. For information and a
listing of the scheduled events:
Pre/amble is presented by Upgrade 2.0, Special Airplane, Year Zero One
and the Western Front and is curated by Kate Armstrong.