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April 12 - June 7, 2019

You Opened That Can Now Let's Eat the Whole Thing

Bridget Moser

Part of SWAP

You Opened That Can Now Let's Eat the Whole Thing

  Bridget Moser, You Opened That Can Now Let's Eat the Whole Thing, Video Still (2019)

You Opened That Can Now Let's Eat the Whole Thing

  Bridget Moser, You Opened That Can Now Let's Eat the Whole Thing, Video Still (2019)

You Opened That Can Now Let's Eat the Whole Thing

  Bridget Moser, You Opened That Can Now Let's Eat The Whole Thing (2019), Photo by Rustin McCann

You Opened That Can Now Let's Eat the Whole Thing

  Bridget Moser, You Opened That Can Now Let's Eat The Whole Thing (2019), Photo by Rustin McCann

You Opened That Can Now Let's Eat the Whole Thing

  Bridget Moser, You Opened That Can Now Let's Eat The Whole Thing (2019), Photo by Rustin McCann

You Opened That Can Now Let's Eat the Whole Thing

  Bridget Moser, You Opened That Can Now Let's Eat The Whole Thing (2019), Photo by Rustin McCann

Bridget Moser (Toronto, Canada)
In Residence: March 1 - April 18, 2019

Opening Reception: April 12, 6PM - 9PM
On View: 4/12/19 - 6/7/19

Performance Video

Bridget Moser created a new work during her residency at SPACES including segmented performance and video sequences combined to generate a system of meaning around ideas of: wellness, tools designed for self massage, decline, the mall as research site, one specific scene in season 6 of the Sopranos, and other strange places. This work combines strategies commonly associated with performance art, prop comedy, experimental theatre, and dance. You Opened That Can Now Let’s Eat the Whole Thing builds on Moser’s previous interdisciplinary projects exploring original text, sound, and found objects through installation and performance.

About the Artist

Bridget Moser

Bridget Moser (b. 07/19/86) is a performance and video artist whose work combines prop comedy, experimental theatre, performance art, absurd monologue, existential anxiety and intuitive dance. She has presented work in venues across Canada, including the Art Gallery of Ontario, Mercer Union, the Art Museum at the University of Toronto,... go to artist page

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