Spatial Poetics IX | Powell Street Festival | July 9, 2010

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Esther Frid holds "El Atardecer de la Vida," a book she wrote about the stories of seven senior Latin American women living in Canada

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On July 9, 2010, The Powell Street Festival Society (PSFS), will present Spatial Poetics IX. This multimedia showcase invites the community to join together and engage in a night of exploring identity through video, music, and art.


Friday, July 9, 7:30pm | VIVO Media Arts

1965 Main Street, Vancouver

Tickets at the door: $12, $10 students and seniors

Spatial poetics is coined off the Japanese saying, Koen Debut. The term is defined as the time when a mother’s debuts her newborn into the local community. This debut reflects the time, bloodlines, borders, history, myth and legend that have all incubating for this moment. This term epitomizes the heart of this showcase that challenges questions on human experience.

This year, Spatial Poetics IX will explore authenticity, stereotyping, and both the interior and exterior human experience. This will be done through creatively constructed animations, musical performances, video and more. This event will also include the premier of three new bodies of interdisciplinary artworks!

Spatial Poetics IX will feature local talent and Asian-Canadian artists, including:

Spatial Poetics is an intertwining of the beauty of our local community and art. Mark it on your calenders! You don’t want to miss it!

For More Info: Call 604 683 8240 or Powell Street Festival Society

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