Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Parataxis: the ride THIS SUNDAY!

This Sunday at 12 noon departing from Pigeon Park please join us for Parataxis: the ride, a walking/reading tour of Helen Potrebenko's classic Vancouver novel Taxi!

This event is part of the Commune de Vancouver and is supported by the Department of Gender Studies at SFU.

Performance artist Lori Weidenhammer will also be in residence, a return from our first intervention at Not Sent Letters.

The weather forecast is for sunshine. Come out and celebrate Workers Day with us.

For further info please contact

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Hey Waitress featured in Vancouver Art Gallery exhibit.

A copy of Helen Potrebenko's short story collection Hey Waitress is currently included in the WE: Vancouver exhibit installed at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

(listen up literary canon!)

Exciting Taxi! event happening for Workers Day May 1st.

Major news for Taxi! readers. Mark your calendar for Parataxis: The Ride.

On May 1st, 2011 we will meet at Pigeon Park at 12 noon and undertake the first walking tour where we interface the text in Taxi! with the places and spaces it refers to.

Come on out for this intervention and participate.

Bring your copy of Taxi! or buy one from our cart for $10.00.

This event is taking place as part of La Commune de Vancouver: Paris Commune celebrations.

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Author Helen Potrebenko @ Taxi! Intervention

Helen with new Taxi! reader at Taxi! intervention @ Not Sent Letters event Vancouver, BC (Jan. 14, 2011)

Taxi! intervention @ Not Sent Letters, Vancouver, BC

Taxi! Performance Art interventions

A new era and direction in the Taxi! revival has dawned.

Through a series of transactions and experiments Taxi! will be returned to her readers.

The first intervention took place last night to a great response in Vancouver, BC. Thank you so much to Lori Weidenhammer for her generous collaboration and to the readers for engaging with us at the Taxi! rank.

Here are some photos of last night's piece: keep your eye out for an intervention on your street corner soon. (To order a Taxi! transaction event contact hurry there can only be 50 such events based on last night's research)