“A gesture through the flames” by Helen Varley Jamieson – 28 January 2008, 7PM GMT



Monday January 28 20h 8 PM GMT+1 (Paris local time), for the last performance in the Breaking Solitude II season.

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“a gesture through the flames”
by Helen Varley Jamieson (Australia / New Zealand)
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In this performance the artist will touch on the impossibility of having a frank conversation about loneliness with the dead.

Helen Varley Jamieson is a writer, theatre practitioner and digital artist. She is currently undertaking a Master of Arts (research) at Queensland, investigating her practice of cyberformance. She is a founding member of the globally dispersed cyberformance troupe, Avatar Body Collision, and has collaborated in and contributed to various other online art projects. www.creative-catalyst.com/

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If you want to participate, please register on the site before the performance.
panoplie.emakimono.org/index.php/projets/voir/16

You can also assist without participating and in this case no registration is needed.

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Breaking Solitude is a project of panoplie.org and Annie Abrahams.

Panoplie.org : Web magazine for contemporary creation . Composed by a collective of artists from very different horizons, Web
and non Web, the online magazine Panoplie.org aims to be a platform for exchange between artists and Net surfers : Calls for
participation, performances, writings and follow-ups of artistic projects and events are mixed to propose an original approach and
highlight problematics of art on the Net. In projects like “Why Rock” (2005), “Habiter” (2006 ) and “Robots” (2007), Panoplie.org treats universal themes in a contemporary way and makes them accessible to a larger public. While collaborating with galleries and official art institutions Panoplie.org helps to discover and instore new artistic practices in the realm of traditional art.

“Panoply, Please” by Marisa Olson for Rhizome
rhizome.org/editorial/fp/blog.php/359

Annie Abrahams – www.bram.org