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This catalogue, the first to be published on the work of Canadian collaborative team  FASTWÜRMS, accompanied their exhibition DONKY@NINJA@WITCH at The Contemporary Art Gallery in 2008. This colour catalogue DONKY@NINJA@WITCH features a text by Jenifer Papararo, and an interview by Jennifer Fisher and Jim Drobnick.

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Authors/Artists:
FASTWÜRMS  
Jim Drobnick  
Jennifer Fisher  
Jenifer Papararo  
Christina Ritchie  

ISBN:
9781897302200  

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72  pages
64    colour illustrations
12    b&w illustrations
10 x 7.5 inches  
perfect bound  

Published in Canada by Contemporary Art Gallery.

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For over 25 years, FASTWÜRMS, a collaborative art team formed in 1979 by Kim Kozzi and Dai Skuse, have been durable generators of DIY culture in Toronto and have been able to maintain a diverse and dedicated audience, and a distinct lineage of imitators and followers. They have built a practice that collides the rigour of conceptual art with pagan rituals and popular aesthetics, creating a fresh language of their own where they are alien witches who make films, video, installations, performances and teach at the University of Guelph, Ontario. With a sobering humor and a love of their community they have produced large public commissions and participated in the 2006 Sao Paulo Biennial. FASTWÜRMS have produced solo projects in Toronto’s many Queen Street West galleries and spaces, including Paul Petro Contemporary Art, X Space, the Gladstone Hotel, the late ZsaZsa Gallery, as well as internationally, including Southern Exposure Gallery (San Francisco), Osaka 90 (Osaka, Japan), Canadian Cultural Centre (Rome), Seoul Museum of Contemporary Art (Korea), Ideal Copy Office (Kyoto, Japan), and in La IV Bienalle de Poesia Visual (Zapata Subway Station, Mexico City).

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