Critical Writing Index

FFWD, RWD, and PLAY: Performance Art, Video, and Reflections on Second-Wave Feminism in Vancouver 1973-1983

by Tagny Duff

Caught in the Act: anthology of performance art by Canadian women, 2004, p. 41

Toronto: YYZ, 2004

In Caught in The Act, an anthology of performance art by Canadian women, Tagny Duff examines the creation of new forms of performance and video during the 70's and 80's in Vancouver; focusing on how artists and collectives including Carole Itter, Evelyn Roth, the Peanettes, Elizabeth Chitty, the SS Girls and Mona Hatoum used video to address concerns that reflect and challenge feminist ideologies. Images from some performances are included.

ITEM 2004.068 – available for viewing in the Research Centre

Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited

Personal BaggageCarole Itter

Evelyn Roth

The Peanettes

Concerned Aboriginal WomenAmelia Productions

Telling TalesElizabeth Chitty

4The SS Girls

So Much I Want to SayMona Hatoum