Live reading by writer and comedian Nancy Webb

Apr 9, 2016

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Live reading of Anna Hawkins exhibition text
7:45 pm as part of opening reception events, Saturday April 9

Nancy Webb reads her exhibition text for Anna Hawkins’  How to Chop an Onion live via Skype

The only sound is a click, and the click is thin: a disembodied sound. The click is hollow. Hollowness is the tick, tick, tick of the hi-hat, tinny and weak, scoring a bricolage of once-embodied tasks.

— excerpt from How to Chop an Onion / Anna Hawkins by Nancy Webb

Click here to read the full essay.

Nancy Webb is a writer and comedian based in Montreal. She is the founding editor-in-chief of Spiffy Moves, an annual publication of visual art and experimental art writing. 

Posted April 6, 2016