Thin(K) Blank Human: Metamorphosis At Gallery 1313

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Thin(K) Blank Human: Metamorphosis At Gallery 1313
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Mighty Brave Productions/ Dufferson Herman Arts/ Haus of Dada says
Thin(k) Blank Human: Metamorphosis is a performance piece by artist Lisa Anita Wegner (haus of dada) and musician Ray Cammaert (Pink Moth). It will be performed at 7:30pm as part of Gallery 1313's Twentieth Anniversary Celebration.

Metamorphosis began as an extension of Wegner's Trauma Therapy and represents a safe place in the search for one's self after complete annihilation. It is both a confirmation of vitality and a call to action. The piece explores male and female layers of the neutral self and uses vibration of sound to assist in the expression of terror, hysteria, madness, resilience and joy on the journey to re-birth.

LISA ANITA WEGNER is the creative producer of Mighty Brave Productions, a small award-winning multi-media production company. After suffering a trauma-related brain injury (c-PTSD), Lisa began exploring art video, post-production photography and most recently, performance art as therapy. Her art work was first shown at the Phoenix Art Museum, and since then, has appeared at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Gallery 1313, Moniker Gallery, Toronto Art Fair, Buddies in Bad Times, Annex Patio Art Show, The Black Cat Artspace and NXNE Festival. Her ventures into large-scale performance installations include the 26-foot "Queen Of The Parade," which was a highlight of Patrick Macauley's “Parade” for Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 2013; a 10-foot version of The Queen was commissioned by Partners in Art, for their annual Fundraiser ARTrageous In Motion in 2014. Recently, she has been pushing further with live performance by working with choreographer Brandy Leary and exploring the alternate personae of Thin(k) Blank Human with her live performance Metamorphosis having been a highlight of Anandam’s Body Break at Theatre Passe Murielle, PROCESS at Artscape Youngplace, a Hercinia Art Party and at the FOMO Feminist Art Conference at OCADU.

RAY CAMMAERT is a singer/songwriter, record producer and multi-instrumentalist. He is the architect of lyrical, experimental and spirited pop music under the monikers Pink Moth and Ossington Rippers and a composer of works for film. he is also the owner of the Tinshop recording studio and touring keyboardist for ambient rock band Raised By Swans.
Lisa + Ray are thrilled to have been invited to perform at MUSA. While there they will be interviewed by Dr. Berthold Ecker Head of Visual Arts and MUSA, Culture Department City of Vienna and Silvia Fassl-Vogler Head of the Department of Film and New Media.
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By: Mighty Brave Productions/ Dufferson Herman Arts/ Haus of Dada