On the evening of Thursday, March 15, 2014 in the Oak Room at Aberthau Mansion, West Point Grey Community Centre, the artists will present a final performance work.
Phil Thomson is a Vancouver-based listener, composer and writer/editor. His works have been heard in concert and broadcast in Canada, the US and abroad. His works for dance have been heard at performances by Jennifer Clarke Arora, James Gnam and Sara Coffin. His writings have been published online by the Canadian Electroacoustic Community and in print by Cambridge University Press. For Packt Publishing, he is currently serving as a technical editor for a forthcoming book on the sound programming language SuperCollider.
Igor Santizo is a creative free agent living and working in Vancouver. He teaches & facilitates: creative process, foundational principles, cultural literacy and more ... while encouraging students with their creative potential, emerging selves and budding art practices. By way of his artwork, he has sought a complimentary dialogue between: metaphysical principles & material forms. Currently, he is exploring through drawings: variations of an abstract motif, allusion to cthonic force.
Originally from Toronto, Meghan Goodman is an interdisciplinary dance artist and certified Iyengar yoga instructor. Meghan graduated from Simon Fraser University with a BFA in dance, and minor in mathematics in 2003. She has been actively performing, choreographing and teaching in Vancouver for the past decade. Meghan has been a member of the Aeriosa Dance Society aerial dance company since 2009, and co-directs the Body Narratives Collective with dance artist Julia Carr.