30th Human Body Project Vulnerability Vigil

5:00PM to 6:00PM May 26, 2014
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Corner of Government and Belleville streets
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Posted By: 
Tasha Diamant, M.Ed.
Earth Day Vulnerability Vigil, April 22, 2014

Associate faculty member Tasha Diamant (BAPC, ISC) holds a Human Body Project Vulnerability Vigil at least once a month. This is the 30th Vulnerability Vigil since January 2012.

Her work is a gesture, a ritual, a practice... street performance, non-violent direct action, activism... a wake-up call... an outlet for pain and rage...

In performance, the Human Body Project has been called "the most relevant and powerful work at the fringe."

What it looks like:
Tasha works in the area of vulnerability. One way she does this in her ongoing project is to show up naked on the street at least once a month to share vulnerability with her audience and create a space for vulnerability. She holds a sign in front of her as a gesture of gentleness to those deeply affronted by public nudity.

The sign:
The extinction symbol is on the sign. extinctionsymbol.info

Collaborators:
Tasha invites you to join her. She is very grateful when people do. Those who join her can be as dressed or undressed as they choose.

Collaborators elsewhere:
If you would like to co-ordinate a Vulnerability Vigil in another city, please email tashadiamanthuman@gmail.com

More info:
www.humanbodyproject.org

30th Human Body Project Vulnerability Vigil
Across from BC Legislature, Government and Belleville streets
Monday, May 26, 2014
5-6 p.m.