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Survival Walk, 2008

Survival Walk (performance), 2008

Lab coats, litter stretcher (birch poles, muslin fabric).

Photo Credits: Philip Norman Robbins

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Performance description: Two people in lab coats solemnly carried an improvised survival stretcher along local paths and trails.  The lab coats had the threaded outline of a red cross, as though a large badge had been removed. This performance was presented in three locations: Corner Brook (July 11, 2008), Fogo (August 3, 2008), and St. John’s (August 8, 2008), Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada.

Performance contribution to Stockpile, a showcase of Atlantic Canadian art.

supported by the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council