Live archiving

Sample archives:

Lower(the)depths live archive, August 27, 2015. Day One. https://lowerthedepths.wordpress.com/the-process/day-one/

Lower(the)depths live archive, September 3, 2015. Day Eight. https://lowerthedepths.wordpress.com/the-process/day-eight/


I have developed a practice of live archiving – which is a combination of witnessing, documentation via video, writing, interviews, audio, and blogging in real-time (or close to it!)

Thanks in large part to Barak adé Soleil and the theatre project, lower(the)depths, I developed my practice of this technique in an intensive summer residency in the summer of 2015. My participation was sponsored by the Critical Disability Studies Working Group at Concordia University.

While this is a type of documentation that grows and changes with the scenario, I am constantly looking for creative projects to document, share, and publicize in this way.

Please see the archive here.

In a dark black box theatre, a line of people stand, sit, kneel. The anle of the photo is taken from low to the ground. People look like living statues, with serious expressions.

[In a dark black box theatre, a line of people stand, sit, kneel. The anlge of the photo is taken from low to the ground. People look like living statues, with serious expressions. This was the cast of the 2015 production of lower(the)depths directed by Barak adé Soleil at the Mai Centre, Montreal.]

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