Atrocities ‘R’ UsTasha Diamant/Human Body Project
The 2018 Montreal Fringe Creativity Award-winner presents intellectual and visceral performance art for the purpose of healing. In a time of mass extinction, standup tragicomedian/elderish person Tasha Diamant utilizes figurative and literal nakedness to generate understanding of radical vulnerability. Making use of privilege and pain where atrocity meets autoethnography. TW: visible ageing female. humanbodyproject.org
Note: this venue is located at 851 Cormorant (parallel to Fisgard) between Quadra and Blanshard (generously supported by Heart & Hands Health Collective, a grassroots, locallyowned Community Acupuncture & Holistic Health Collective).
This venue is wheelchair accessible. The Thurs Aug 29, 8:15pm performance is a Relaxed Performance.
About the artist/company
Performance artist Tasha Diamant has been using her naked body and self as a medium for sharing radical vulnerability for more than 13 years. As the planet heats up and more people start to notice that the current paradigm doesn’t show us a way out, Diamant offers radical healing work.
Important Fringe Information:
- You must have a Fringe Button to see this show
- 50% of tickets are available at the door one hour prior to show time
- Advance tickets sales end 3 hours before showtime
- All advance tickets have a $1.50 Fringe service charge, this charge helps support the festival
- There are no Fringe service charges for at door tickets
- No refunds. No exchanges. No latecomers. All shows start on time.
Heart & Hands Health Collective (Fringe Site C)
851 Cormorant Street,
Victoria , BC V8W 1R2
Phone: (250) 383-2663