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Publisher:BookThug, 2017Note: This book was purchased with support from the Government of Canada's Social Development Partnerships Program - Disability Component.
In October 2012, lovers William Ellis and Jordan Tannahill moved into a former barbershop in Toronto's Kensington Market neighbourhood and turned it into an art space called Videofag. Over the next four years Videofag became a hub for counterculture in the city, playing host to a litany of performances, screenings, parties, exhibitions, and all manner of queer fuckery. But hosting a city in their house took its toll and eventually William and Jordan broke up, closing the space for good in June 2016.The Videofag Book is a chronicle of those four years told through multiple voices and mediums: a personal history by William and Jordan; a love letter by Jon Davies; a communal oral history compiled by Chandler Levack; a play by Greg MacArthur; a poem by Aisha Sasha John; a chronological history of Videofag's programming; and a photo archive curated by William and Jordan in full colour.Sujet(s): Performance art | Ontario--Toronto | Ontario--Toronto--Kensington | Artists | Arts, CanadianÉditeur original: Toronto, BookThugLangue(s): English