video, 2008, Part of the Impostor series + Living Documents installation
Dudes reflects information gathered in the Identity Profile. The data is transformed into a series of micro-skits as Lendrum’s “impostor”, Jacqueline van de Geer interprets the responses to the question “What are Robert’s pronounced traits in situations with only heterosexual men”. Jacqueline performs a comedic satire of homosocial bonding with the assistance of three dudes.
This project has exhibited as part of the installation entitled Living Documents.
To purchase or rent a copy of Dudes please contact Robert Lendrum or Vtape.
Performance: Jacqueline van de Geer, Vincent Lafrance, Sebestian Gauthier, Robert Lendrum
Director of Photography: Vincent Lafrance
Editor: Robert Lendrum
Exhibitions and Screenings
2012 The King and I Present: HOCKEYVILLE BAR. Confederation Centre Art Gallery. Charlottetown, PEI.
2011 Living Documents. Eyelevel Gallery. Halifax, NS.
2010 Using it. Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery. Halifax, NS.
2010 This is uncomfortable. Gallery TPW. Toronto, ON.
2010 Video Exchange Series. Xpace Xternal Site @ Ontario College of Art & Design, Toronto, ON.
2009 Cock Block: The Eternal Struggle. Spark Contemporary Art Space. Syracuse, NY.
2009 Living Documents. Ryerson Gallery. Toronto, ON.
2008 Monobandes. Les territories. Montréal, QC.
2008 Gender Agenda. Gallery Project. Ann Arbor, MI.
2008 Lobetrotters. Drifter Video Screening. Eyelevel Gallery. Halifax, NS.
Exhibition Essays and Press
Moser, Gabrielle. “Night of the Living Documents”. exhibition essay. Eyelevel Gallery. November 4, 2011 – December 10, 2011. reprinted from IMA Gallery (formerly Ryerson Gallery).
Simaitis, Jennifer. “Using It”. exhibition essay. Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, August 14 – October 17, 2010.
Kovacs, Arpi and Gabrielle Moser. “This is uncomfortable”. exhibition essay. Gallery TPW, June 24 – July 31, 2010
Dahms, David. “Potato Salad Radio Show”, CKDU radio, 88.1 FM, Halifax, Nova Scotia. November 19, 2011, Episode 22.
Forsythe, Jamie. “Faking Life”, The Coast, November 3, 2011.