Vexations by Erik Satie

Erik Satie’s Vexations consists of a slow sequence of 152 notes to be repeated 840 times. Racine performed the piece in Montreal and Toronto before coming



Artist-in-residence. Special production. The fragmentation of the video screen by the macro process is carried into language. Nouns are taken out of context and the


A Bite Tonight

The “world’s longest radio play” was written by Patrick Ready and loosely based on Bram Stoker’s Dracula, with Opal Nations as the artist-vampire, Suzanne Ksinan as


2016 Annual General Meeting

Please join us for Western Front’s 2016 Annual General Meeting. Date/Time: Tuesday, June 14 @ 7pm Location: Western Front, 303 E. 8th Avenue, Vancouver Meet


E.S.B. in Concert

Bob Bell (guitar), Paul Plimley (piano, vibraphone), Al Wiertz (drums) Audio Recording duration: 1:53:20 Digitized audio of this concert is available through the Western Front



Entry from Acts of Transfer: Duration: 39 min 48 sec Original Format:  ¾” Umatic In the 1994 work, Sa, artist Dana Claxton builds an autobiographical performance