Toronto Standard Vector Article

Our piece, Itagaki Interface, was mentioned in the Toronto Standard’s write up of Vector!

“The performance art was really the highlight of Vector;  Playing Personae: Engendered + Embodied Performances explored the issue of the representation of gender by having the audience use a human controller while playing Dead or Alive, the game that started the breast physics “revolution.” The controls just so happened to be placed on the wearer’s chest (and one of them was a woman).”

– Megan Patterson

The article also mentions some of the other performances and features an interview with the curators of Vector.

Check out the full Toronto Standard article here.

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