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posted September 26, 2001 09:44     Click Here to See the Profile for Marie   Click Here to Email Marie     Edit/Delete Message

Still Distinguished
Espace Tangente
Festival International de Nouvelle Danse

Conceived and performed by: La Ribot

Music : Carles Santos, Atom tm/LB, Paolo Conte, Velma

La Ribot's To Do List

-Ask rich uncle to purchase high end video equipment, monitors

-Buy garlic, tomatoes, oil (to rub all over body in video)

-Wash striped panties

-Borrow orange sweatshirt (to stay warm for first five minutes of piece until I'm naked)

-Buy shoes at thrift store - one pair neon pink mules, asorted satin bridesmaid's shoes dyed various bright colours

-Find small props, children's toys in trash

-Look around house for red objects, red clothing, etc.

-Buy blond wig and barrettes (use to clip blond swatch from wig on to pubic hair)

-Get rubber panties from fetish shop

-Start crochet

-Borrow a copy of Don Quixote from the library

-Take apart wooden folding chair (use wood laths to tape on to body)

-Check with Vera Mantero for extra tape

-Write those new electronic CDs I want into the budget

-Get bikini wax

Still Distinguished
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Judith Palmer's Review in The Guardian, 01.14.01:
How to stay distinguished when you're dancing in the nude

[This message has been edited by Marie (edited June 01, 2002).]

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posted October 01, 2001 07:35     Click Here to See the Profile for Marie   Click Here to Email Marie     Edit/Delete Message
Paula Citron, Globe & Mail, 10.01.01:
Showing them how it's done

In La Ribot's case, her performance-art pieces came nowhere close in excitement or interest level to the heady days of the 1970s, when the art form was the darling of the avant-garde.

To read more search Paula Citron on the Globe & Mail's 7 Day Search

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