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Performance as Protest: Exhibition Tour with Elizabeth Diggon

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1011, 9th Ave SE

Calgary, AB T2G 0H7

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Join Esker’s assistant curator Elizabeth Diggon on this conversational tour that considers the significance of performance and performative gestures to the work of Jeffrey Gibson and Nep Sidhu, and the potential for performance to challenge dominant narratives, address difficult histories, and foster community.

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Courtesy of Jeffrey Gibson and The National Portrait Gallery, Washington DC. Photographs taken by Franz Mahr.


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