17 December 2022
09:00 MST / 11:00 EST / 16:00 GMT
“The Poetics of Digital”
A meditation on the emerging poetics of digital tools used in live performance. How are artists using digital tools, particularly the pervasive technology of smart devices, in live performance? How does this differ from how these devices are used day-to-day? Delivered through participatory intervention and hybrid engagement.
Adrienne Wong is an artist, teacher, and cultural leader whose work straddles theatrical and digital space. She is Artistic Director of Spiderwebshow Performance, and together with Marcel Stewart and Michael Wheeler, she co-curates the Festival of Live Digital Art. Adrienne’s web projects include The Apology Generator, which earned her the inaugural Artist in Residence position on CBC Radio’s Q. Landline (created with Dustin Harvey) is a performance for audio recording and SMS that has toured nationally and internationally for five years. Her writing has been published in Canadian Theatre Review, CdnTimes, and the anthology Asian Canadian Theatre. Me On The Map (created with JD Derbyshire) a kids’ show about urban planning and collective decision-making, received a Jessie Richardson Theatre Award nomination in Vancouver, and was selected for the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity 2017 Playwrights Colony. www.adriennewong.ca