Babble (Babel) Public Performance Event
Hart House, University of Toronto February 10, 2014

Provoking Collaboration
ARTIFACTS (Pam Patterson and Leena Raudvee)

In Entertaining without a Maid, ARTIFACTS takes up
the English upper-middle-classed language of etiquette.
Hart House, as representative of a history of the “gentleman”
and that which is “proper” and “English” in Upper Canada,
frames this conversation well. In February, ARTIFACTS worked as
collaborative provocateurs with Babble (Babel) content.

Babble (Babel)

Artists: ARTIFACTS (Pam Patterson & Leena Raudvee)

Event Guest Blogger & Writer: Winnipeg media artist, academic and educator Joanna Black

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Photography: Miklos Legrady

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