Live Stream Projects

May
14
6:00 pm
MDT
Stream recording available
Aǧúyabskuyela
This performance involves decorating funerary cakes while calling friends, relatives, and kin to talk about occasions where feeding people cake is contemporary tradition, verging on protocol.
May
08
10:00 pm
MDT
Stream recording available
(Some)Time
Working with aesthetics informed by disability, this performance deliberately rejects the fetishization of “pushing one’s self” as an achievement in performance.
May
03
5:00 pm
MDT
Stream recording available
Kiskisohcikew (they make things to make people remember)
This performance is centered in knowledge transmission, language retention, and creative practice that will allow Carrie and future generations to learn Nêhiyawêwin.
April
26
1:00 pm
MDT
Stream recording available
One day I'm gonna make the onion cry #9
The ninth and final iteration in an ongoing series, this performance continues his exploration of “enacted images (agierte Bilder)”, a term he is using since 1989 for his works.
April
23
6:00 pm
MDT
Stream recording available
મીઠ સપના માટની દવા (Medicine for Sweet Dreams)
A food-based performance blending self-isolation, food, and online gathering into a social nourishing and culinary performance.
April
22
1:45 am
MDT
Stream recording available
Cokhwid-20
While people all around the world are experiencing the effects of COVID-19, artist Jood Jung is living and working on a cow farm in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand.
April
12
7:00 pm
MDT
Stream recording available
The End
Exploring the nuances of human failure, this performance places a single individual at the centre of humanities woes as it abstracts and contemplates what it means to “end” something.
April
08
4:00 am
MDT
Stream recording available
The Ballad of Plastic Bags
The Ballad of Plastic Bags will livestream the journey of two plastic bags caught in the wind tunnel of my apartment’s almost deserted parking lot while a Figure of Pestilence lurks in the background.
April
06
8:00 pm
MDT
Stream recording available
Women Appear (and sometimes they learn how to disappear)
This work is based on a piece Julianne first performed by bringing a corner of their living room into a theatre, and later in other galleries.
April
01
9:59 am
MDT
Stream recording available
How Does It Feel?
This performance combines the elements of writing, music, and movement improv. Using face masks, hoarded groceries, and ribbons as props, the performance involves the artist singing poetry about being

M:ST 10 Performative Art Biennial

Biennial
To celebrate our 10th biennial, M:ST is connecting eight local and global arts organizations to host a series of month long residency exchanges leading up to the biennial.

Bodily Response

A live stream performative art series created in response to the impact that our community members are experiencing worldwide due to COVID-19 pandemic related restrictions.

Rita McKeough: Works

Publication
This critical monograph documents Rita McKeough’s collaborative artistic process and pedagogy from the late 1970s on.

Stephanie Comilang

Artist
in Residence
Stephanie Comilang is an artist living and working between Toronto and Berlin.

Steffanie Ling

Writer
in Residence
Steffanie Ling is a producer of criticism, pamphlets, stories, essays, exhibitions, reviews, bluntness, anecdotes, shout outs, wrestling storylines, proposals, applications, jokes, readings, minimal poems, poems, dinner, compliments, and diatribes.

Jin-me Yoon

Artist
in Residence
Born in Seoul, Korea, Jin-me Yoon immigrated to Vancouver in 1968 where she lives and works. Since 1992, she has been teaching in the Visual Art program at the School for the Contemporary Arts, Simon Fraser University.