Banff, Alberta

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Bellies

This item consists of a postcard with a black and white photograph of two naked women holding hands. The photographer is Marina Zurkow. Additional information is available on verso of postcard: "Lorri Millan & Shawna Dempsey / 'Bellies'", "Produced during the Banff Centre for the Arts Residency 'Instability of the Feminist Subject' Oct.-Dec. '92".

An Aspect of the "Instability of the Feminist Subject" Residency at Banff Centre 1992

This item consists of a postcard with black and white photo of a plaque with the name of a plant species ("Streptopus [?] Roseus / Twisted Stalk / Rognons [?] de Coo"). The photographer is Laurel Woodcock. Additional information on verso of postcard: "The method of research would take the form of random searches; after all, how is one to look for silences?" and "An aspect of the 'Instability of the Feminist Subject' Residency at The Banff Centre 1992".

Zucchini Mama Sings the Lawn Ornament Opera

This item consists of a postcard with a black and white photograph of woman in glasses, snowflake coat and hood singing opera in a grassy field with trees two wolf-like lawn ornaments. The photogher is Judy Radul. Additional information on verso of postcard: "Zucchini Mama sings The Lawn Ornament Opera. Box 39, Cactus Lake, Sask. S0L 0J0" and "Produced during the Instability of The Feminist Subject Residency Oct. - Dec. 1992 at the Banff Centre for the Arts".

Dialogue Ingrid and Plato

This item consists of a postcard with a black and white photograph from an installation by Ingrid Bachmann at The New Gallery, Calgary AB, Canada, October 1992. The photographer is Douglas Smith. Additional information on verso of postcard: "Produced during the Instability of The Feminist Subject Residency Oct. - Dec. 1992 at the Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada".

The autonomous eye

This file includes two postcards with black and white photographs of women holding a mirror and a camera. Additional information on verso of postcards: "The Autonomous Eye / A Videotape Collaboration / Pauline Cummins & Sandra Vida" and "The Instability of the Feminist Subject, Fall Residency, Art Studio, The Banff Centre, Canada, 1992".

MIASMA CD

This item consists of a postcard with a black and white photograph of ballet dancers on the left and unknown object on the righ. Information available on verso of postcard: "MIASMA CD / Myra Davies and Gudrun Gut" and "Postcard produced during the Instability of The Feminist Subject Residence Nov. - Dec. 1992 at the Banff Centre for the Arts".

Les maisons fragiles du je

This item consists of a postcard by Geneviève Letarte, with a black and white image of hand with ring over indiscernible text. Additional information on verso of postcard: "Produced during the Instability of The Feminist Subject Residency Oct. - Dec. 1992 at the Banff Centre for the Arts".

The bird moves within the flock, the flock moves within the bird

This item consists of a postcard with ba lack and white photograph of a flock of birds flying in formation on the left and a triangle with indiscernible image on the right. Information on verso of postcard: "Hooykaas / Stansfield", Amsterdam address and phone number," and "Produced during the Fall Residency 1992 Art Studio Banff Centre for the Arts Canada".

Earful

This item consists of a postcard by Michelle Normoyle, with a black and white photograph of an indiscernible object resembling an ear. Additional information on verso of postcard: "An aspect of the 'Instability of the Feminist Subject' Residency at The Banff Centre 1992".

Across continents

This item consists of a postcard with three black and white photographs of a girl on a swing, a woman sitting by a fence and a woman and two boys on bicycles. Additional information on verso of postcard: "Across Continents. The family pictures we kept of each other: my grandmother, Ratna, in Mangalore, and my brothers, Roy and Jay, and I in Banff National Park. Leila Sujir." and "Produced with the assistance of the Banff Centre for the Arts Television & Video Program and Computer Applications & Research, 1992".
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