The life and times of live artist Julianna Barabas
Wednesday, July 18, 2007
December 10, 2003
Ode to the Foot. Janet Noade composes a peice on piano for this last session of 2003.
Ally Cat Crawford documents Janet, though not as intently as she will in later sessions.
In background, Bill Richardson. I met Bill sitting outside of the HAG the previous performance. His two beautiful white dogs charmed me utterly, and that lead him to ask what was up with my line. One thing led to another....
....and the day they broadcast his interview of me on Richardson's Roundup, BC Ferries went on strike. I did hear from folks in other provinces that they had listened in.
Thank you for visiting my blog, with which I am tracking and disseminating my research in live art. One of my seminal works is titled seamline, and an archive of the series can be found on this site. From May 2003 to May 2004, I had a line tattooed around the circumference of my body. I now live with the vestigal mark of the original series as a permanent and lifetime performance action engaging all who ask in conversations about contemporary, live/performance, conceptual art. I invite your comments and questions.